The Town of North Hempstead authorized the construction of emergency repairs at Tully Park. The repairs will include: a storm water drainage pipe at an estimated cost of $510,000 and authorizing the issuance of such bonds to finance the project.
Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman said that Tully Park has been affected by a sink hole and decades of inadequate land and pipe system.
“Tully Park is ready for changes and improvements to its infrastructure and the pipe system is ready for replacement,” Kaiman said.
According to the resolution for this project, the storm water drainage pipe which is connected to the Leonard Boulevard system, including but not limited to the installation of temporary fencing, relocation of utilities, pumping and excavation, acquisition and installation of a replacement precast concrete structure and pipe and ancillary work in connection with the foregoing is included on the list of improvements.