Libous announces highway grants

NORWICH – With many areas throughout New York State still recovering from flood damage and highway crews continuing to work on roads, grant money from one local Senator will aid the effort.



Senator Thomas Libous, R-Binghamton, announced in late June more than $734,000 in grants that will help rebuild local roads, improve parks and sidewalks, build a walking track in the town of Smithville and replace a partially collapsed sluice pipe in the Town of Norwich.

“I’ve learned a lot from our local transportation experts over the last couple of years,” said Libous, Chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee. “And the one thing that’s really clear is that we have to deliver resources to keep our local roads, bridges and parks in the best possible shape.”


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