Assemblywoman Melissa Miller is pleased to announce her cosponsorship of upcoming public meetings to discuss the Army Corps Beach Project. The meetings will be held April 18 at Long Beach City Hall at 7 p.m., and April 19 at the Bishop Molloy Center in Point Lookout at 7 p.m. At this time, details about when the construction will take place have not been finalized.
“It is wonderful to see motivation to care for the beaches Long Island is so well known for,” said Miller. “Long Islanders are very proud of where we come from and we should be working together to keep our communities well-maintained. I hope projects like this can continue to move forward so we can preserve our beaches not only for the enjoyment of generations to come but also to ensure the wildlife remains healthy and protected.”
Once the contractor for the project submits a work plan and schedule, a second round of public meetings will be held to inform Long Islanders about the process for Contract 2.