The Board of Trustees approved at a meeting Monday additional funds for highway projects to restore village roads deteriorated by erosion or other water damage.
Highway Superintendent Bob Schwartz said he wants to extend the West Neck Road restoration project by an additional three months with "detail work" still needed and an inspection by federal and state officials looming.
Trustees unanimously approved an additional $200,000 for the West Neck project to fix the edges of the road that Schwartz described as deteriorating, and $20,000 for patching work from water damage on Seminary Hill Road.
Schwartz said the village is still waiting on federal aid from Federal Emergency Management Association for erosion on Lloyd Harbor Road caused by Hurricane Irene last summer. He said has been in contact with FEMA and is waiting for paperwork to proceed.
Village Police Chief Charles Flynn said the state has which limits the number of non-registered vehicles parked on residential property.
A wallet containing $700 was stolen from a car in June, according to Flynn, who reported no other major incidents in June or over the July 4 weekend.