Governor Hochul Announces Start of Construction on Flood Resiliency Project in Town of Clayton, Jefferson County
$4 Million to Stabilize Shoreline Along St. Lawrence River and Protect Popular Public Infrastructure, Promote Public Safety
Part of New York State’s $300 Million Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the start of construction of a flood resiliency project in the Town of Clayton, Jefferson County. The project was awarded $4 million in grant funding through the State’s Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative and once complete, will help mitigate the impact of future high-water events and improve resiliency of the shoreline in a popular tourist area.
"We are committed to investing in projects that will increase resiliency and prevent future damage from extreme weather along our waterfront communities," Governor Hochul said. "This project in the town of Clayton will make critical repairs to cherished public infrastructure and enhance shoreline resilience to help protect businesses and residents and enhance public safety. Improved infrastructure is critical to enhancing quality of life and safety and advances our efforts to rebuild stronger and strengthen the economy for the future.”
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