NEW YORK STATE (WSYR-TV) — A total of 31 projects in Cayuga and Oswego counties are getting an estimated $43 million in state funding.
As part of the state’s ongoing response to record flooding that hit shoreline communities over the summer, Governor Andrew Cuomo created the REDI Commission.
“The whole idea of REDI was to build resiliency and economic development in these shoreline communities of Lake Ontario,” said RoAnn Destito, Commissioner of the New York State Office of General Services.
Through Redi, the state has committed up to $300 million to rebuild the shoreline. Some of that money will go toward homeowner assistance, helping businesses and a regional dredging effort.
A list of projects is below:
- The $1.2 million Fair Haven Beach State Park project will maintain access to the park’s waterfront.
- $2.7 million for the West Bay Road Storm Sewer System in the Town of Sterling.
- The $1.5 million Ontario Shores Drive project also in Sterling will improve this road and ensure residents have access to their homes during high water events.
- $438,000 for the Water Tower on Schoolcraft Road project in Sterling to ensure residents have access to clean water.
- $1.6 million to restore and enhance the Sterling Nature Center Trail and Park Area.
- $1.5 million to reconstruct the Phillips Park Walkway in the Village of Fair Haven.
- $600,000 to improve the resiliency of the West Barrier Bar Park in Fair Haven.
- $250,000 to replace docks, replace infrastructure and improve access to Standbrook Park, also in Fair Haven.
- $800,000 to restore the King Street Ramp and Parking in Fair Haven.
- $250,000 to stabilize shoreline and protect Little Sodus Harbor and Cottage Street Public Park.
- $250,000 to stabilize shoreline and protect the Lake Street Pump Station in Fair Haven.
- $900,000 to develop a 13-mile bike touring corridor along Nine Mile Creek.
- $300,000 for the Port Authority Marina East to stabilize shoreline.
- $1.8 million install new sheet pile and protect the Port Authority Boating Center, the Goble Dry Dock and Ship Yard.
- $70,000 to repair dock near the Lehigh Cement facility also in Oswego.
- $40,000 to install floating dock kits and make infrastructure improvements to the Port Authority Marina.
- $100,000 to repair existing shoreline stabilization at the Port Authority West Pier.
- $6.1 million improve the flood resiliency of the Wrights Landing Marina also in Oswego.
- The $6.5 million International Pier Project to install new water infrastructure.
- $600,000 North Sandy Pond Resiliency Project in the Town of Sandy Creek.
- $480,000 to make Mexico Point Park more resilient to high water.
- $4.8 million to extend sanitary sewer to homes and businesses on County Route 89.
- $400,000 to stabilize the resiliency of the Sithe Trail in the Town of Scriba.
- $200,000 to install new sanitary sewers in Sandy Creek.
- $400,000 to mitigate stormwater with the West Lake Road Outfall to Lake Ontario project.
- $500,000 to address floodwater damage on County Route 5/Lake Street.
- $500,000 to improve the resiliency of Camp Hollis in Oswego.
- Total $480,000 to study and mitigate high water on Joe Fultz Boulevard in the Town of Scriba.
- $200,000 to elevate Lake Shore Road at Snake Swamp in Oswego.
- $430,000 to repair and elevate County Route 89.
- $4 million to replace the YMCA bridge leading to the State Park at Sandy Island Beach on Ford Drive in the Town of Sandy Creek.
Additional details and Cayuga and Oswego counties REDI project profiles are available at https://www.ny.gov/lake-ontario-flooding/regional-projects-selected-redi-commission#cayuga-and-oswego-counties.
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