Skoufis Secures $85K To Repave Old Windsor Road
New Windsor – Senator James Skoufis secured $85K to repave Old Windsor Road in the Town of New Windsor. This grant will be provided through a Department of Transportation grant program, the Multi-Modal Program. The project is already substantially complete, and the final top-course paving will be completed in the spring of 2020.
Skoufis said, “Renewing our roads and infrastructure has always been a top priority of mine. The safety of our roadways in New Windsor and throughout our Senate District has a direct impact on our community’s quality of life and I’ll always be a loud voice for our district’s needs. I’ve announced significant funding for our roads over the past week and there’s more to come.”
New Windsor Town Supervisor George Meyers said, “Senator Skoufis continues to keep his promises to the Town of New Windsor and this repaving will bring relief to a much-traveled road.”
Promising to bring state funds back to our communities for infrastructure improvements, Skoufis also announced $1.05M in funding awards to repave two key locations in New Windsor: Route 94 from Route 9W to Old Forge Hill Road as well as Route 32 from Union Avenue to Old Temple Hill Road, both of which are to be completed this year.