Chappaqua Downtown Revitalization – November 28, 2017

Rob Greenstein

New Castle Supervisor

Here’s a progress update:
•Water Main has been installed and is now live on lower King Street, towards South Greeley Avenue, South Greeley Ave up to Town Hall
•Service connections have all been connected and now operational to businesses within the site limits.
•Temporary water main has been removed
•Water Main and hydrant is currently being installed at the intersection of upper King Street and Greeley Ave
•All ELQ plates on Greeley Avenue have been removed and temporary paving has taken place (Con Ed/Creamer still has some plates in place)
•Sewer layouts have commenced and will begin cutting/install shortly

As far as keeping residents updated on the project status, our project manager has a constant presence of our people at the project, a contact phone number and email address for any resident with questions, information boards installed along the project, a QR code which directs residents to a website with project information (which includes a one-year project schedule look-ahead and a two-week look-ahead which details the work elements, timing and location of all anticipate work), and, finally, an offer to add any resident to an email blast which provides up-to-the-minute project information.   We had a mailing to every New Castle resident – with project details, relevant contact info & the QR code.  In addition, John Kazawic has, and will continue to, attend monthly, televised Town meetings and provide updates.