Livingston Manor, NY – The Sullivan County Division of Public Works (DPW) will begin a series of roadwork projects in Livingston Manor tomorrow.
On Friday, July 12, DPW crews will begin mill-and-fill repair work along the entire length of County Route 81 (DeBruce Road), continuing through Tuesday, July 16. While the road will remain open to traffic, travelers should expect some delays.
DPW workers will then turn their attention to County Route 149 (Main Street) in downtown Livingston Manor on Wednesday, July 17. Milling that day may lead to significant traffic and parking disruptions along the length of Main Street, first from CR 179 (Old Route 17) to Pearl Street, then down to Finch Street. Milling will continue through Friday, July 19. Main Street will then be repaved on Monday, July 22. (The above dates are all weather-dependent.)
This work will be done as expeditiously as possible, so as to minimize the impact to local businesses and residents. However, especially on the 17th and 22nd, the roadwork may disrupt traffic to a significant degree.
“This is part of our ongoing effort to repair and repave roads across the County,” stated District 7 Legislator Joe Perrello, chair of the Legislature’s Public Works Committee. “Our employees are sensitive to the complexities involved, and we appreciate the public’s patience and cooperation while we undertake this necessary and important roadwork.”