Engineer in charge James Moore; Legislator Schmitt; and Nassau Shores Civic President Wally D'Amato.
It was recently announced that the renovation and upgrading of two additional sewage-pumping stations in the Massapequas is slated for this spring.
The stations, located on Cedar Drive in Nassau Shores, and on Roosevelt Blvd. in the eastern portion of Massapequa, have had all the design work completed, approved by the Nassau County Legislature, and the work has since been put out to public bid.
"I am pleased to have secured the funding and the approvals for this necessary environmental upgrade," said Legislator Peter J. Schmitt. "The completion of this multi-million dollar project will be a giant step for the protection and preservation of both our groundwater and the Great South Bay."
Schmitt met with Nassau Shores Civic Association President Wally D'Amato and county engineers to go over the plans and to show the type of cover building that will be installed.
"I am pleased to be able to continue to bring infrastructure improvements that protect our environment to the Massapequas," said Schmitt.