Supervisor Bosworth and City Council approve Capital Plan 2022-26





Supervisor Judi Bosworth, council member Mariann Dalimonte and city council unanimously approved the city’s 2022-2026 five-year capital plan, which includes infrastructure improvements, parks and road repaving. The $116,829,854 plan will be funded by a combination of loans, grants and existing cash.

“The next five-year capital plan will continue to improve the city’s infrastructure and facilities to ensure its useful life for future generations,” Supervisor Bosworth said. “We have carefully designed the capital plan to reduce the amount of outstanding debt and the burden on taxpayers.”

“Our capital plan serves as a roadmap for the city’s public works projects,” said councilman Dalimonte. “I have worked hard to ensure that important initiatives are planned for our district.”

Upcoming projects for 2022 will include:

  • The first phase of work planned for North Hempstead Beach Park, containing elements of the visioning process for the northern part of the park and the rehabilitation of the shoreline at the northern end of the park.
  • Construction of the walls and the crowning system of the swimming pool of the Manorhaven Beach park.
  • Large-scale infrastructure and drainage improvements to our solid waste management facilities and transfer station.
  • The installation of a vehicle and truck wash bay at Roslyn Highway Yard.
  • Park improvements at Blumenfeld Family Park.
  • North Hempstead Animal Sanctuary infrastructure improvements.
  • Ongoing improvements to the design of Robert Dayton Park and its nearby shoreline.

Projects that started or were completed in 2021 included:

  • Dredging of the boat ramp at Manorhaven Beach Park.
  • Port Washington Safe Routes to School sidewalk and road improvements.
  • Installation of Mill Pond Park curb and parallel parking lot.
  • Electrical service and boiler system upgrade at Michael J. Tully Park.
  • Resurfacing of residential and industrial roads.
  • Rehabilitation of concrete pavements and sidewalks.

For a complete list of projects, visit www.northhempsteadny.gov/capitalplan.

—Submitted by the Town of North Hempstead






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