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Infrastructure and Streetscape project updates
Posted on: September 22, 2019
[ARCHIVED] Infrastructure and Streetscape Project Update - September 22, 2019
Downtown Chappaqua Infrastructure and Streetscape Project Update - September 22, 2019
Here's the timeline for completion:
• Sidewalk by 10/4
• Pavers on S Greeley by 10/4
• Traffic and pedestrian poles installed the week of 10/07
• Final pave the week of 10/11
• Final Project (punch list items) completion by 11/22
On Woodburn Avenue by Pizza Station, they capped the sitting wall. They poured sidewalks. On South Greeley by Pizza Station & Citibank, they finished the clock sitting wall. They poured sidewalks. On South Greeley by Bank of America, they poured sidewalks. On South Greeley in the alley next to the old Hall of Scoops, they poured the concrete for the brick pavers. On North Greeley by Sotheby's, they poured sidewalks. On South Greeley by Starbucks, this week they will pour sidewalks & place concrete for the brick pavers.
On upper King by Family Britches, they installed trench drains & installed a water line (for the new plantings). They poured the sitting wall & placed the stone veneer. They started to grade the sidewalk and this week they will start to pour the sidewalks. By upper King from North Greeley to Waka, they started to pour the sidewalks. By upper King from Waka to Bagel Emporium, they excavated the sidewalk, installed trench drains & graded for sidewalk. Next week they will pour sidewalks. By the alley next to Ibiza, they grade for the landing & steps. This week they will also start excavating and installing top soil in the tree pits. We have 55 out of 62 trees ready to go. We have 27 planters on hand. Our street furniture (benches, tables & umbrellas) has shipped and we expect it to arrive soon. Please remember to check the Town of New Castle website for all updates. To date, there have been 55 updates. https://mynewcastle.org/downtown-streetscape-committee/