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Legislators Kevan Abrahams and Debra Mulé Tour Resurfaced Brookside and Seaman Avenues in Freeport

Nassau County Legislators Kevan M. Abrahams (D – Freeport) and Debra Mulé (D – Freeport) joined Freeport Mayor Robert T. Kennedy in touring extensive road improvements on Brookside and Seaman Avenues.

Recent upgrades include the resurfacing of Brookside Avenue, stretching from Seaman Avenue to Nassau Road, in Roosevelt. In addition, West Seaman Avenue in Baldwin was resurfaced from Grand Avenue to North Brookside Avenue, as was West Seaman Avenue from North Brookside Avenue to North Main Street in Baldwin and Freeport. East Seaman Avenue in Freeport was resurfaced from North Main Street to Babylon Turnpike.

“This project provides much-needed improvements in the daily commute for every resident who traverses these roads,” Legislator Abrahams said. “I thank residents in the area for their patience during construction and urge everyone to drive safely on these newly resurfaced thoroughfares.”

“Investing in infrastructure provides our residents safer, more efficient opportunities to drive to work, bring their children to school and support local businesses,” Legislator Mulé said. “I thank the County for these essential improvements and look forward to the completion of additional infrastructure projects that will enhance the quality of life for all Nassau County residents.”


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