Cutter Mill Road Expected To Undergo Major Renovations

From the left, Nassau County Department of Public Works Deputy Commissioner Joseph Pecora, Trustee Lawrence Katz, Deputy Mayor Pamela Marksheid, Trustee Michael DeLuccia, Nassau County Traffic Engineer Christopher Liberti, Nassau County Legislator Mazi Melesa Pilip, Building Inspector Steve Truglio, Superintendent of Village Department of Public Works Roy Curtis, Village Clerk Patricia O’Byrne, Mayor Ted Rosen and Village Code Enforcement Supervisor Dwight Nembhard. (Contributed photo)

After having been in the consideration and planning stages for many years, a project involving major renovation and safety improvements of Cutter Mill Road from Middle Neck Road to Bayview Avenue in the Village of Great Neck Plaza is expected to be undertaken by Nassau County in the near future.
Recently, Mayor Ted Rosen, Deputy Mayor Pamela Marksheid, Trustee Michael DeLuccia, Trustee Lawrence Katz, various Village officials and Nassau County Legislator Mazi Melesa Pilip met with Deputy Commissioner Joseph Pecora and Traffic Engineer Christopher Liberti of the Nassau County Department of Public Works to review and discuss the plans for the project.
“This project was initiated a number of years ago through the efforts of former Nassau County Legislator Ellen Birnbaum, and now Legislator Pilip has been instrumental in moving this forward,” said Mayor Rosen. “This is a much needed project which will result in a tremendous improvement of the roadway and which will substantially improve traffic and pedestrian safety. We are very grateful to both former Legislator Birnbaum and Legislator Pilip for both of their efforts with respect to this project, and to the County DPW for moving ahead with this important project at this time.”
Deputy Mayor Marksheid added, “Improving Cutter Mill Road has been an objective of the village for many years. We are delighted that the project will soon be underway. The project will constitute a significant improvement for our village.”
Trustee Michael DeLuccia noted, “I live in a large co-op on a side street right off Cutter Mill Road. I travel on Cutter Mill Road at least several times a day. This is a project that many village residents have requested. We appreciate that the project will now be moving forward.”
A public information meeting is expected to take place in the next several months. The project is expected to commence in spring, 2023.
—Submitted by the office of Mayor Ted Rosen

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