Farmingville, NY – Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent Daniel P. Losquadro and Councilman Neil Foley have announced the completion of a paving project in a residential East Patchogue neighborhood.
Prior to paving, crews made concrete improvements, including replacing damaged concrete curbing and aprons. In addition, five new drains were installed in the area to alleviate flooding issues and concerns. Roads paved during the completion of this paving project include Autumn Court, Beverly Avenue, Cherry Lane, Dogwood Lane, Glenwood Street, Myrtle Lane, Oakland Street, Pine Neck Avenue, Regent Street, Roe Avenue, Sterling Avenue, and Worcester Court. The total cost for this project was approximately $586,000.
“This paving project included substantial drainage improvements which will help to reduce routine flooding from heavy rain,” said Superintendent Losquadro.
Councilmember Foley said, “Superintendent Losquadro and the men and women of the Highway Department have been making tremendous progress improving roads and drainage in neighborhoods across Brookhaven Town. I appreciate all they’ve done and I will continue to help identify roads in need of repaving in my Council District.”