New City fix nears strartup

Dated: 03/10/2011

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The Journal News reported today, that the "long-delayed, much-anticipated reconstruction of New Hempsead Rd. might begin during the spring." I had no idea that this project was approved by the state over 10 years ago. I know that this has been a hot topic in New City for years, but can't believe it is taking this long to get going. While the Downtown Revitalization Project has been underway, I guess I forgot about the New Hempstead Rd. project. It was reported that this project may take over 2 years to complete. For those of us who have been dealing with all of the construction of the downtown area in New City, we may feel that this may just be more than we can handle. It's been a long haul, and it appears that it will be getting longer. But keep in mind how wonderful the end result will be. And let's hope, that the New Hempstead Rd. reconstruction project really does begin this spring!
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Kacy Coyle Dow

Growing up in Rockland County and being a 3rd generation realtor, it was important for me to continue the "Coyle & Coyle" family tradition of real estate. I understand the importance of professionali....

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