North Salem Receives State Funding to Fix Local Roads

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Potholes started appearing after the winter storms. Credits: Nancy Sorbella
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North Salem, N.Y. - Sen. Terrence Murphy (R-Yorktown) announced Thursday, March 5, receiving more than $13 million in state funding that will go toward fixing potholes and other damages along the roads.
The money is part of the Department of Transportation’s Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS), Extreme Winter Recovery (EWR) and Local PAVE-NY 2018-19 budget. Westchester County and its municipalities will get a total of $7,317,334 with Westchester County getting $3.5 million and North Salem receiving $139,049.

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