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County To Divide $372K In PAVE NY Road Repair Funds

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that $100 million tax dollars will be spent by 1,600 municipalities in New York State to repair local highways and roads.

The repair program is called the PAVE NY initiative.

The five-year, $21 billion DOT program was in place and this is the latest disbursement.

According to information provided by the governor’s office, Cortland County funding is allocated as follows:

County of Cortland $371,916.83 (Total)

City of Cortland $64,510.80

Town of Cincinnatus $9,856.52
Town of Cortlandville $35,268.87
Town of Cuyler $22,711.68
Town of Freetown $17,101.97
Town of Harford $12,314.00
Town of Homer $34,317.22
Town of Lapeer $13,008.15
Town of Marathon $12,902.04
Town of Preble $13,997.16
Town of Scott $16,066.04
Town of Solon $17,913.22
Town of Taylor $14,723.32
Town of Truxton $19,891.17
Town of Virgil $31,638.00
Town of Willet $13,320.06
Town Sub Total $285,029.45

Village of Homer $15,886.91
Village of Marathon $4,683.06
Village of Mcgraw $6,006.80
Village Sub Total $26,576.76

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