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Posted on: October 2, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Please complete angels request form again (glitch in system)...9A repaving schedule (elmsford)

There was a glitch with the online registration system for angels....and repaving schedule for necessary Saw Mill River Road repaving during next 3 weeks



Zach Weinhouse, our student chair of the Angels program advises that he checked the form handling requests of people in Greenburgh, and realized there was a glitch in the system. We have 13 people requesting help, but no way of contacting them, as the form did not automatically collect their emails. He requests that we  send out a message asking people to redo the request form. 



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Below you will find links to two simple Google Forms — one for volunteers to sign up, and another for citizens to request assistance. As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to zachary.weinhouse@gmail.com or liam.mantini35@gmail.com with questions, comments, or suggestions! If you can’t get online and need assistance by phone, you can call: Program Coordinators Zach Weinhouse (snow) at 914-839-0301 and Liam Mantini (landscaping) at 914-200-8072.

For Seniors: help request form - https://forms.gle/SJJUfpQSzGPEwzHT9

Volunteer Sign-Up - https://forms.gle/gLGHq3RgRue57PRt8




PAVING SCHEDULE SAW MILL RIVER ROAD (ELMSFORD FROM BABBITT COURT PAST WAREHOUSE LANE) --will take 3 weeks

WE ARE ALL VERY PLEASED that the NYS Department of Transportation will be paving Saw Mill River Road in Elmsford/Greenburgh this week. Thanks again to Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins for finding the 4 million in the NYS budget to make this happen and to Jennifer Glen who organized an online petition that collected more than 1,400 petition signatures. Her efforts proved that government listens to the people.  

 

NYS is still on track to begin milling and paving on 10/3 at 9pm for the subject project, weather permitting.  Our construction schedule is as follows:

 

Week of 10/3 to 10/7- 

We will begin on the north end of the project and mill and pave the center turn lanes down to Route 119.

Then we will jump down to the southern project limit and mill and pave both lanes up to Route 119.

 

Week of 10/10 to 10/14 – We will need assistance with limiting parking this week

We will start paving north from 119 to the end of the project.

Turnaround and Begin to pave south toward 119

 

Week of 10/17 to 10/21 We will need assistance with limiting parking this week

Complete the paving of the southbound lanes down to Route 119

Final striping

 

Please note that the state anticipate the need to close the I 287 exit ramp for a few hours one night, we will coordinate that with the Thruway.


PAUL FEINER

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