Nassau County Legislator Bill Gaylor delivered Community Revitalization Project (CRP) money to the Village of Lynbrook board for the streetscape and beautification of the “5 Corners”—the point in Lynbrook’s downtown where Atlantic Avenue, Broadway and Merrick Road meet. The CRP money was in the amount of $75,000 and will be used for benches, the installation of sidewalks and the purchase of a clock for the south west corner of the intersection.
“I am happy to help the Village of Lynbrook with their streetscape project in the downtown, in the village’s most trafficked places: the aptly named ‘5 Corners’,” Legislator Gaylor said. “This money will go towards improvements at the south west corner of the intersection, including the installation of benches, sidewalks and a clock, and will help the revitalization of the business district.”
Shown in photo above from left to right: Robert Boccio, Lynbrook Trustee; Laura Ryder, Lynbrook Trustee; Legislator Gaylor; Mayor Alan Beach; Michael Hawxhurst, Lynbrook Trustee; Ann Marie Reardon, Lynbrook Trustee.