Grant: $777,137 - Federal Highway Administration - May. 26, 2009
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Award Description: Highway Infrastructure Investment Grant: Available for Use in Any Area (flexible)
Project Description: THIS PROJECT WILL MITIGATE ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS RESULTING FROM CONTAMINATION THAT OCCURRED FROM A DRAINAGE SYSTEM FAILURE ALONG NY25A AND WILL REPAIR AND INSTALL A NEW STORM WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM TO PREVENT FURTHER CONTAMINATION FROM OCCURRING.
Infrastructure Description: Mitigation of Water Pollution due to Highway Runoff. Preserve/Create jobs; and economic recovery. Invest in transportation.
Jobs Summary: Preserve the Stony Brook Mill Pond as a fragile aquatic resource and better protect motorists from roadway flooding conditions on NY Route 25A (North Country Road) in Stony Brook, Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County. Accumulated sediment will be removed from the pond and a new drainage basin will be installed in order to improve the quality of storm water runoff. This project also includes cleaning of 30 additional storm water treatment units across Long Island. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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