Just in time for the holiday season, the Brookhaven Highway Department completed a major paving project consisting of Broadway, Frances Path, Hallock Landing Road, Hallock Lane, Jonathans Path, Locust Drive, Noahs Path and University Drive.
Daniel P. Losquadro, Brookhaven Town Superintendent of Highways said this project was not only important for the residents, but it was a must-do project for anyone who travels on those roads.
“This project will have an extraordinary impact on the Rocky Point Community,” said Losquardo in a statement. “It addresses roads that are the main arteries within the community as well as less traveled streets.”
“For years, roads in this community have been neglected...I am very happy that within a year of taking office Superintendent Losquadro has listened to the concerns of residents and paved these roads. As a Rocky Point resident and councilwoman, I want to thank the Highway Department for completing this work before the cold weather sets in," said Councilwoman Jane Bonner.
The completion of this project marks a huge milestone for Rocky Point residents who drive these streets on a daily basis. Bonner said she expects to continue collaborating with the town on future projects for the community.