The project, started in September, involves the reconstruction of 99th Street from 97th Avenue to Rockaway Boulevard and 100th Street from Atlantic Avenue to Rockaway Boulevard. The total cost is projected to be over $3.2 million.
The DDC informed Councilman Alfonso Stabile (R-Ozone Park) of the good progress of the capital construction project, in which installation of new water mains and sewers has been completed, and nearly half of all new curbs have been installed.
"I am very pleased with the progress of this project," Stabile said.
"It has been a project that was sought after for many years and once completed will alleviate many ponding and flooding conditions as well as provide the residents with smooth roads and sidewalks."
ADC Construction, the contractor, is currently installing additional curbs, streetlights and sidewalks. ADC estimated sidewalk reconstruction, which has recently begun, will take six weeks. Roadway construction will follow, the company said.
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