contractor, agreed that this timeline is accurate.
Fairview Police Chief Joseph Intellicato reported at the meeting that the police “haven’t had too many incidents” connected to the project. His main concern, he said, is that the water drainage problem be fixed on the roadway. Goy assured him it would, adding that rumble strips to slow down traffic, as well as fresh paving and painting, will be put in by the end of September.
Tom Yoniski, of Senator Lisa Baker’s office, who conducted the meeting, added that Mountain Top law enforcement should be thanked for their help in making the project run smoothly.