Senator John W. Mannion Announces $1.3 Million in Capital Funding for Municipal Projects

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SYRACUSE, NY – Senator John W. Mannion today announced $1,300,000 in capital funding for municipal infrastructure and improvement projects.

The grants will be used for an array of projects and local needs including stream stabilization, seawall repair, purchase of snow removal equipment, facilities upgrades, and making parks more accessible.

“My office works closely with local governments across the 50th Senate District to identify projects that are eligible for state funding and once completed will provide extraordinary benefits to our communities. I’m thrilled that grant applications that I’ve been working on in partnership with our municipalities since taking office are moving forward. I know the funding I secured in the budget for our local governments will help improve public spaces, services, and quality of life in our region.”

Town of Brutus ($155,000) – This funding supported the Aqueduct Park Pavillion, a 642 square foot open air structure with electric service and paved access road, which will allow greater use of the park during all weather conditions.
Village of Camillus ($70,000) – This funding allowed the Village to replace fencing surrounding the tennis and pickleball courts at Camillus Park.
Village of Camillus ($100,000) – This funding enabled the Village to remove and replace a deteriorating storage shed located on Mechanic Street, restoring the Village’s storage capacity.
Village of Fayetteville ($165,000) – This funding supported the Village’s repairs and stabilization to the Canal Landing Park Limestone Creek Bank and Bishop’s Brook Riparian Wall.
Town of Marcellus ($50,000) – This funding made improvements to Grove Park and equipment there to make the park more accessible to individuals, particularly children, with developmental disabilities.
Village of Marcellus ($180,000) – This funding allowed the Town to build a footbridge for students crossing over the creek from school property to the new outdoor educational space known as the Green Gateway.
Town of Onondaga ($250,000) – This funding allowed the Town to purchase an Eco-friendly vacuum truck, which will be used to remove sediment from catch basins and culvert pipes, ensuring water quality.
Village of Skaneateles ($185,650) – This funding enabled the Village to make vital seawall repairs at Cliff Park.
Village of Solvay ($51,449) – This funding enabled the town to purchase Bobcat snow removal equipment.
Town of Van Buren ($90,000) – This funding enabled the Town to repair and reconstruct sidewalks along Maple Road.