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Westchester County Executive George Latimer and representatives from the construction industry gathered inside of the administration building at Playland Park in Rye on Oct. 26 to underscore the importance of major capital projects that maintain and reconstruct the county’s physical assets.
$44.6 million will go toward a major rehabilitation project for the Kingston-Port Ewen Suspension Bridge, also known as the Wurts Street Bridge, which connects Kingston and the town of Esopus.
“This is not good enough to get high-speed, modern rail to Connecticut," U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said.
She acknowledged the Westfield mall's difficulties in the midst of e-commerce and pandemic challenges.
The mayor highlighted new corporate tenants, a strong housing market and infrastructure improvements.
Last year's bond issuance raised $16.7 million from investors.
The study determined that 34% of Connecticut’s roads were in poor condition.
After watching a series of promised national “infrastructure weeks” come and go over the past four years with no progress made to roll out...
The grants are being made through the Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP); this is the first time since 2016 that the state has awarded STEAP funding.
As New York state reopens, we must invest in our state’s long-term health.
Against a nationwide background of some protests against wearing masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, President Trump's preference not to wear one...
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in a news conference held today at the New York Stock Exchange revealed that he will be meeting with President...
During these uncertain times, the people of New York state have benefited from Gov. Cuomo’s leadership and that of our federal, state and local...
The entire construction industry in New York state had been deemed essential until March 27, when Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced a change in the rules regarding whether a business enterprise is subject to workforce reduction as part of the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
While the current version of Gov. Ned Lamont's CT2030 transportation plan estimates its trucks-only tolls component will raise $170-180 million a year for infrastructure improvements, that is only "a small fraction of what is needed,” according to State Sen. Alex Bergstein, D-36th (Greenwich, New Canaan and Stamford),