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Legislator Hardwick announces funding to repair Brighton Road


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oneilj - Posted on 22 April 2014

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick announces that the 2014 Road Project List includes funding to repair Brighton Road in Tonawanda this year. After being pushed back last year, Legislator Hardwick has advocated strongly to get crews on the road as soon as possible. The project list calls for Brighton Road to be repaired from Niagara Falls Boulevard to Fries Road. 

“It is critical that we fix Brighton Road as soon as possible. Each time a media outlet runs a list of the worst roads in our region, Brighton is always highlighted, and that is unacceptable. I am pleased to see that Brighton has been made a priority for this year’s construction season and look forward to seeing work start as soon as possible,” said Legislator Hardwick. “I will continue to push for the rest of this well-travelled road to be repaved." 

Additional work in Legislator Hardwick's district includes, Grand Island roadways, East River Road from Whitehaven to Harvey, and Whitehaven from Grand Island Boulevard to East River Road

On April 10, Legislator Hardwick and his colleagues in the Majority Caucus called for a special session for 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 24 to ensure the 2014 Road Project List is reviewed and approved as soon as possible.