Lavine Directs Funds for Village of Westbury Roadwork

Assemblyman Charles D. Lavine (D-Glen Cove) is pleased to announce that State and Municipal funds he secured in the amount of $125,000.00 for the Village of Westbury are being used toward the village’s capital road improvement program.

Mayor Cavallaro reported that 32 of the villages 43 miles of roads have been repaved. Village roads within Assemblyman Lavine’s district that are part of the capital road improvement program include Circle Drive, Hillcrest Drive, Talbot Drive, Francis Drive and Jamie Drive.

“We are very grateful for Assemblyman Lavine’s assistance in obtaining grant funds to assist us in our aggressive road resurfacing program. This grant is allowing us to continue the program, as we plan to pave another 3 or 4 miles of roads this year. Funding like this grant is vital for our Village to be able to upgrade and maintain our important infrastructure. We are grateful that Assemblyman Lavine recognizes the need for this financial assistance to enable us to perform these important projects that increase the public safety for both motorists and pedestrians, while also improving the aesthetics of our community,” said Mayor Peter Cavallaro.

“I offer my thanks to Assemblyman Lavine for securing the funding needed for this necessary roadwork. I am sure that I speak for all Westbury residents, and others traveling throughout the area, in saying we’re very grateful for his efforts,” said Nassau County Legislator Siela Bynoe.

“Anytime the cost to maintain our infrastructure can be supplemented with grant funding it is a cost saving to our residents. We are thankful to Assemblyman Lavine for his continued support in the Westbury community,” said Town of North Hempstead Council Member Viviana Russell.

“I am fortunate to be in a position where I can secure funding for vital projects that help to sustain the safety of our residents who rely on their local government to keep the roadways safe,” said Assemblyman Lavine.