Update Salisbury Pt Coops in South Nyack

Dated: 06/29/2011

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Here is the latest on the schedule to complete the facade work and roof project on the four buildings at Salisbury Point Coops, South Nyack. Facade work on Building 1 will be finished by July 15th and the new roof will be started on or about July 8th. It will take two to three weeks to complete the roof on Building 1. Facade work on Building 2 is expected to be finished by July 8th. The new roof for Building 2 will start on or about June 30, 2011. Again, the new roof will take two to three weeks to complete. Beginning sometime between July 8th and 15th, workers will begin to assemble the scaffolding on Buildings 3 and 4. Once the scaffolding is in place, the facade work will start. When completed, roofs will be replaced on both buildings. Hopefully all the work will be accomplished by the end of the year. This is the largest project to be undertaken at Salisbury Point in South Nyack since the pool was re-built in 2004. The Salisbury Point Coops have 120 units and were built in 1959-60.

Terry Graves

I spent my childhood on a dairy farm in rural Wisconsin, and have the distinct pleasure of having attended a one-room schoolhouse! After my college years at the University of Wisconsin, I worked for a....

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