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Now, Nyack officials are preparing for the next, and final, phase of the $1.3 million downtown Streetscape project—new street lights and furniture, and freshly paved streets.
Village officials said this stage of the project will start in early July and be complete before summer is out. Streetscape work kicked off .
"As with the tree and shrubbery installation, this phase of the project will have a limited impact on traffic and sidewalk access," said mayor Jen Laird-White in a press release.
When the project was announced, village administrator Jim Politi said it would .
The project's price tag was financed primarily with grant money, and not by local taxpayers—see the fiscal breakdown .
For a before-and-after look at the sidewalk revamp, click .