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AREA TO GET STATE AID FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS

The City of Niagara Falls and the towns of Lewiston and Niagara will receive a total of $1 million in state aid for road improvements under the new Multi-Modal program, according to Assemblyman Joseph T. Pillittere, D-Lewiston.

The program reimburses local municipalities for the cost of improving roads, airports, ports or railways. The funds include:

$500,000 to repave and rebuild Highland Avenue between College Avenue and Maple Avenue in Niagara Falls; $200,000 to repave and widen the Tuscarora Road approach to the bridge over the Conrail railroad tracks in the Town of Niagara; $172,000 for asphalt, guide rails and drainage improvements on the Lower River Road scenic pathway in the Town of Lewiston; $73,000 for 5,300 feet of sidewalk and landscaping on Dutton and Fifth streets in Lewiston; and $55,000 for 2,800 feet of sidewalk and landscaping on West Eddy Drive,
Lewiston.

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