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Dobbs Ferry Road is in desperate need of repaving. Lots of potholes, large craters. Thrilled NYS is repaving state owned road this week.- Con Ed needs to provide local governments with long term plans so we won't repave roads they will tear apart
DOBBS FERRY ROAD WILL BE M ILLED AND REPAVED NEXT WEEK
NON RELATED - WE SHOULD NOT HAVE TO PAY TWICE FOR ROADS THAT CON ED MESSES UP AND THEN REPAVES AFTER WE REPAVED THE ROAD
NYS will be repaving a portion of Dobbs Ferry Road from 119 to Sprain Brook Parkway beginning Sunday. This is fantastic news. The potholes on Dobbs Ferry Road (more like large craters) were horrible-- many motorists complained about damages to their cars, the safety hazards going over large potholes.
Two years ago student interns, working with Town Clerk Judith Beville, Town Attorney Tim Lewis and my office, organized a lobbying effort trying to persuade NYS to repave state owned roads in horrible condition located within the town. They met with the Regional Administrator for the NYS Department of Transportation, contacted the Governor's office, met with Senator Cousins and Assemblyman Abinanti, spoke with reporters and organized petition drives. This is the 3rd NYS road within the town being repaved in 2020 (Hillside and Saw Mill River Road were repaved earlier this year).
Road work consisting of milling and paving will be taking place on Dobbs Ferry Road (Rt. 100B) both eastbound and westbound, between Tarrytown Road (Rt. 119) and the Sprain Brook Parkway in the Town of Greenburgh next week. The work will take place during the overnight hours, specifically 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM Sunday 11/15/20 through Saturday 11/21/20. If possible motorists would be better served taking alternate routes during the listed time periods.