OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF PUBLIC WORKS
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Sean Murphy - Foreman
Yard Waste Collection resumes on
Wednesdays beginning April 3, 2013
No garbage collection on the North Side on
Monday May 27, 2013
Garbage collection for the entire village and newspapers for the North Side will be collected on
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Village Offices closed on May 27, 2013
A State of Emergency was declared in the Incorporated Village of New Hyde Park
October 29, 2012
On June 26, the Village Board passed a resolution to hire the firm of Road Work Ahead who submitted the lowest bid at $824,841.15 for the Base Project and $482,147.58 for the "Add Alternates" for an all in total project cost of $1,306,988.73.
On March 6, 2012, the Village Board passed a resolution to authorize their engineers, Dvirka and Bartilucci, to design and prepare a bid document for the 2012 Road Improvement Project, scheduled to begin this summer. The cost of this engineering work will be $119,360 ($82,640 for the base project, and $36,720 for the additional alternates).
The Village secured a AA Stable rating from Standard and Poors for the $1,300,000 in Road Improvement Bonds which enabled them to obtain a effective borrowing rate of 1.84% for the 13 years they will be outstanding
The roads completed are:
Paving of Park Avenue between Terrace Blvd and the Village Line
MAP OF COMPLETED ROAD
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The Draft of
the Village’s 2012 Storm Water Management Program Annual Report (SWMPAR) is
available for public review. The SWMPAR can be accessed at the link below.
Public comments on the SWMPAR will be accepted at the Department of Public
Works, (516) 354-0064 and email@example.com until May 25, 2012. The Village’s
Phase II Storm Water Management Program Plan Document is also available for
review at the Department of Public Works.
The Village Board appointed Tom Gannon Superintendent of Public Works on Tuesday, November 16, 2010. Tom replaces Jim McCloat who retired on December 3rd. Tom will also retain his position as Senior Building Official and continue to oversee the Building Department as well. "Tom is a highly qualified, and extremely motivated individual, who will ensure that we continue to deliver superior service to our residents and taxpayers" said Mayor Dan Petruccio. "He has the support of a very capable and dependable staff in both the Building Department and Public Works which will be essential to Tom's success, we're all delighted" said Deputy Mayor Bob Lofaro
Village purchase new Street Sweeper
From the modern, comfortable and well appointed operator's cab, to the toughest and most rugged mechanical sweeping system ever built, the 4000 is designed to take on the worst of the worst sweeping conditions such as construction site clean up, state highway sweeping, and road resurfacing including millings, heavy sand and chip seal.
The purchase price is $193,395
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