Tonawanda News — Preliminary work for that project began in 2010. Detailed design of that is now taking place and will continue in 2014, according to the city’s website. The work includes design of utility improvements, final road layout, street lighting, traffic signal and intersections and signage.
Erie County Legislator Lynn Marinelli said that project’s funding has been reduced and the timeline has pushed back.
“I will continue fighting for additional construction funding from federal and state sources to work on Kenmore Avenue, which was slated for $17.7 million in road work,” she said. “Further advocacy is imperative for this road which impacts our economic development and quality of life.”