Chappaqua Downtown Revitalization – March 27, 2018

Rob Greenstein, Supervisor, New Castle

We have completed out water main replacement. New water main installed from the library to North Greeley and Lower King and is now in full operation. Although not part of our project, Con Ed has replaced their gas lines. We are now working on the sewer replacement. The largest and most critical & important sewer manhole has now been installed at Starbucks. The main sewer line has now been installed at lower king, laterals & testing is now in progress. Continuation of the new sewer main will take place on South Greeley from King (Starbucks) to Woodburn (Pizza Station). Additional crews have now been mobilized to install the main sewer line at South Greeley. We are starting the storm drain replacement including installation of storm water treatment system behind Dunkin Donuts. Storm water system will continue from the gas station to the post office and up on King Street to Senter Street (Community Center). Then the fun part – revitalize downtown streetscape! The good news is that the asphalt plants open on April 1st. During the winter our potholes were filled with “cold patch” — a temporary fix that involves filling the hole with pre-mixed asphalt and tamping it down. Weather, traffic & snow plows take their toll on the repair causes the asphalt to crumble. Here’s a link for our merchant meeting held on 3/23 (). We also had a chamber of commerce meeting on 3/27. Click here for weekly updates & two weeks forecast.  If you would like to receive daily updates, please email me – RGreenstein@MyNewCastle.org