Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton (D-Glen Cove) met with Manorhaven Village’s new mayor, John Popeleski, Deputy Mayor Vincent Costa and project managers on July 7 to discuss progress on the $6 million Manorhaven Boulevard and the timeline for remaining work.
The sidewalks, curbs, handicap ramps, brick-stamped concrete, plazas and nostalgic lampposts have already been installed and milling, other roadwork preparation and paving are scheduled to take place in July. Final touches such as benches, bus shelters, plantings and trash receptacles are set for installation in August and the overall project is scheduled for completion by early September.
“I am delighted by the progress that we are witnessing as Manorhaven Boulevard’s transformation nears completion,” DeRiggi-Whitton said. “I am confident that residents, pedestrians and business owners will agree that our investment in Manorhaven’s future was well worth the patience they demonstrated during construction.”