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Assemblyman Curran Secures Grant for Malverne

Assemblyman Brian Curran announced that he has secured a $25,000 MULTI-MODAL grant for the village of Malverne. Curran worked with Mayor Patricia Ann Norris-McDonald throughout the application process to ensure successful acquisition of these state funds, which will be used to improve drainage of local streets within the boundaries of the incorporated village and to replace signage.

 

“It was a pleasure working with Mayor Norris-McDonald to obtain these funds for the village of Malverne,” said Curran. “The grant money will be used exclusively for Malverne and will help offset the costs of improving drainage for local streets and replace signage throughout the village. This is why I go to Albany every year, to help improve our local community by fighting for our needs.”

 

“The village of Malverne is extremely grateful for Assemblyman Curran’s continued support in securing grants to fund many important projects within our village,” said Mayor Patricia Ann Norris-McDonald. “Assemblyman Curran has always been a friend to the village of Malverne not only assisting financially, but with his presence at countless village events and celebrations.”

 

The $25,000 grant comes on the heels of a $100,000 State and Municipal Facilities (SAM) grant Curran obtained for the village in 2017 to upgrade walkways in Westwood Park. SAM grants provide additional funding for local capital improvement projects, while MULTI-MODAL grants provide additional funding for local transportation capital improvement projects.

 

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Assemblymembers Curran, Miller Secure Grant for East Rockaway

Assemblyman Brian Curran and Assemblywoman Melissa “Missy” Miller announced that they have secured a $25,000 MULTI-MODAL grant for the village of East Rockaway. Curran and Miller worked with Mayor Bruno Romano throughout the application process to ensure successful acquisition of these state funds, which will be used to reconstruct approximately 750 linear feet of Rowe Avenue, beginning at Rowe Avenue and continuing to Waverly Avenue.

 

“It was a pleasure working with Mayor Romano to obtain these funds for the village of East Rockaway,” said Curran. “The grant money will be used exclusively for East Rockaway and will help offset the costs of construction on Rowe Avenue. This is why I go to Albany every year, to help improve our local community by fighting for our needs.”

 

“When communities are hit with flooding, the results can be devastating on multiple levels,” said Miller. “It can damage someone’s home, prevent them from traveling around and have a significant impact on local businesses. I am so happy to have the opportunity to partner with Assemblyman Brian Curran to provide funding to help the community of East Rockaway with flooding and road repairs. No matter the amount, every little bit helps, and I believe this grant will help significantly.”

 

“The Village of East Rockaway appreciates the hard work that Assemblyman Brian Curran and Assemblywoman Missy Miller have done on our behalf in Albany,” said East Rockaway Mayor Bruno F. Romano. “This $25,000 state grant, delivered by Assemblymembers Curran and Miller, will partially fund our Rowe Avenue reconstruction project. This investment in East Rockaway’s infrastructure will go a long way toward continuing to improve local roadways.”

 

MULTI-MODAL grants provide additional funding for local transportation capital improvement projects.

 

Visit Assemblyman Curran’s webpage

Assemblyman Curran Secures Grant for Malverne

Assemblyman Brian Curran announced that he has secured a $25,000 MULTI-MODAL grant for the Village of Malverne. Curran worked with Mayor Patricia Ann Norris-McDonald throughout the application process to ensure successful acquisition of these state funds, which will be used to improve drainage of local streets within the boundaries of the incorporated village and to replace signage.

 

“It was a pleasure working with Mayor Norris-McDonald to obtain these funds for the village of Malverne,” said Curran. “The grant money will be used exclusively for Malverne and will help offset the costs of improving drainage for local streets and replace signage throughout the village. This is why I go to Albany every year, to help improve our local community by fighting for our needs.”

 

“The village of Malverne is extremely grateful for Assemblyman Curran’s continued support in securing grants to fund many important projects within our village,” said Mayor Patricia Ann Norris-McDonald. “Assemblyman Curran has always been a friend to the village of Malverne not only assisting financially, but with his presence at countless village events and celebrations.”

 

The $25,000 grant comes on the heels of a $100,000 State and Municipal Facilities (SAM) grant Curran obtained for the village in 2017 to upgrade walkways in Westwood Park. SAM grants provide additional funding for local capital improvement projects, while MULTI-MODAL grants provide additional funding for local transportation capital improvement projects.

 

Visit Assemblyman Curran’s webpage