Huntington Village Parking Lot Upgrade Underway

Construction begins Tuesday on Clinton Avenue municipal lot.

Reconstruction of the Clinton Avenue municipal parking lot has begun in Huntington village.

The project, which began Tuesday, includes the construction of new curbs and pavement, landscaping repairs, standardization of traffic lanes, new sidewalks and streetlighting appurtenances, new traffic control signage and the planting of trees. 

The upgrade will feature new dumpster locations for area merchants and surveilence cameras for public safety, according to town officials.

J. Anthony Enterprises Inc. of Bohemia was contracted to complete the work at a cost not to exceed $286,209, according to a resolution approved in June by the Huntington Town Board.

The project will be partially funded through a $50,000 Suffolk County revitalization grant and a $5,000 grant from the Huntington Village Business Improvement District.

The overhaul should take about one month to complete, according to Town Information Officer A.J. Carter. 

Pam Robinson September 05, 2012 at 08:35 PM
Jim, we've had a call into the state DOT for two weeks. No response.
REG INDEP September 06, 2012 at 12:38 AM
That's private property prime owns it used to be the salty dog he bought it knocked it down for parking when it was Coco's
Jim R. September 06, 2012 at 12:51 PM
Thanks for fighting for us pam!
Jim R. September 06, 2012 at 12:51 PM
Thanks Reg
photomike1 September 14, 2012 at 01:38 PM
stan with all due respect to Reg the salty dog was located across from co co's, clinton ave lot is municipal. its been awhile since i've visited the village but there was a pvt lots at the south & north ends of the municipal lot at green street if that helps but if you check the tax map at town hall you can get a difinitive answer. But if it was sold only the town board could approve the sale. also the Highway superintendents office gets regular updates from dot regarding road closures affecting the township and has a liason officer for state & county dot & also issues permits for utility road openings. also the highway engineer would have gotten site plans for any project that affects town roads.


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