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Town of Orchard Park Awarded $200K

May 15, 2018

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town of Orchard Park was awarded $200,000 toward repairs of Hennepin Bridge.

This funding was secured through the NYS Department of Transportation.

Village of Lancaster Awarded $100K

January 10, 2018 by Heather Milone in Grants Awarded, Latest News

January 10, 2018

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Village of Lancaster was awarded $100,000 to replace sanitary sewer lines on Brady and Cambria Streets.

This funding was secured through the Erie County Community Development Block Grant Program.

Village of Spring Valley Awarded $192K

July 11, 2017

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Village of Spring Valley was awarded $192,000 for road reconstruction in support of their Street Improvements Program.

This funding was secured through the Rockland County Community Development Block Grant Program.

Town of Whitestown Awarded $186K

June 6, 2017 by Heather Milone in Latest News

June 6, 2017

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town of Whitestown was awarded $186,200 for replacement of two packer trucks used in their green waste recycling program.

This funding was secured through NYS Department of Environmental Conservation – Municipal Waste Reduction and Recycling (MWRR) Program.

 

Pembroke Awarded $100K

January 24, 2017 by Heather Milone in Grants Awarded, Latest News

January 24, 2017

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town of Pembroke was awarded $100,000 to purchase a Loader for the Highway Department.

This funding was secured through the State and Municipal Facilities Program.

Town of Whitestown Awarded $1.3 Million

January 16, 2017 by Heather Milone in Grants Awarded, Latest News

January 16, 2017

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town of Whitestown was awarded $1,330,000 for repair of the Utica Street Bridge over Oriskany Creek.

This funding was secured through the NYS Department of Transportation BRIDGE NY Program.

Village of Spring Valley Awarded $100K

July 7, 2016

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Village of Spring Valley was awarded $100,000 for street re-paving in support of their Street Improvements Program.

This funding was secured through the Rockland County Community Development Block Grant Program.

Town of Gates Awarded $50K

June 16, 2016

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town of Gates was awarded $50,000 to replace approximately 1,075 linear feet of sidewalks and approximately 987 linear feet of roadside gutters.

This funding was secured through the Monroe County Community Development Block Grant Program.

Town of Gates Awarded $18K

August 26, 2014 by Heather Milone in Latest News

August 26, 2014

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town of Gates was awarded $18,313 as a 50% reimbursement for the cost of two leaf vacuums purchased for use in the Town’s Leaf Collection Program.  Use of the new leaf vacuums has resulted in the Town being able to provide over 10,000 cubic yards of compost annually for free distribution to residents and for use in Town landscaping projects, parks and trails.

This funding was secured through the NYS Department of Energy Conservation – Waste Reduction & Recycling Program.

Town/Village of East Rochester Awarded $56K

March 14, 2013 by Heather Milone in Grants Awarded

March 14, 2013

J. O’Connell & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that through our services the Town/Village of East Rochester was awarded $56,000 for a Transportation Improvement Study.  The main objective will be to improve the safety, accessibility, parking and travel options for users of all ages and abilities using the high-traffic corridors of the downtown central business district while preserving the efficiency of the existing transportation system.

This funding was secured through the Genesee Transportation Council – Unified Planning Work Program.