Babylon Town will issue $13.9M in bonds for capital projects

Work will include funding for road improvements, particularly in Copiague’s American Venice neighborhood, plus new snow plows and HVAC upgrades at Town Hall and LED lights in Deer Park.
Babylon Town will issue $13.9 million in bonds this year to pay for new trucks, roadway and parks improvements, and other capital projects.

The Babylon Town Board voted unanimously in December to approve 19 bond resolutions, including $6 million for roadwork, $3.1 million for park upgrades and $1.4 million for heavy machinery, board resolutions show.

Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez said that many of the road projects will take place in Copiague, especially the American Venice neighborhood.


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