Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt announced this week more than $2.7 million in funding, an increase of more than $700,000, for town and village road and infrastructure priorities in the 99th Assembly District.
The funding includes CHIPs (Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program), PAVE-NY and Extreme Winter Recovery Funding. These are all local bipartisan funding priorities Assemblyman Schmitt fought for in the budget process including through the “Local Roads Matter” rally and local roads advocacy day.
The following is a breakdown of how much funding will becoming to select towns and villages within the 99th Assembly District. The amount combines all three revenue sources:
Town of Blooming Grove: $214,896.76
Village of South Blooming Grove: $60,327.22
Village of Washingtonville: $67,930.91
Town of Chester: $158,273.53
Village of Chester: $97,047.75
Town of Goshen: $277,461.47
Village of Goshen: $186,110.69
Village of Harriman: $49,970.85
Village of Woodbury: $172,548.84
“Our local roads matter,” Schmitt said in the press release detailing the funding. “This funding will have a direct positive impact to provide improvements in our local communities while saving local taxpayers money.”