Bloomingdale Mayor Jon Dunleavy has submitted a 10-year road paving plan.
The plan calls for several borough roads to be repaved and repaired each year on an annual $250,000 budget.
Dunleavy submitted the plan Oct. 3.
“The annual plan is also subject and will be based on current pricing in any given year,” the plan states. The council will finalize the annual budget. The plan may be adjusted by “moving specific projects” to the future, however Dunleavy recommends the plan does not take more than 15 years to complete.
The following roadways were repaired this year when the plan was finalized: Morse Lake Road, Ruffman Road, Knolls Road, Jeffries Drive, Delazier Place, Woodward Avenue, Lakeside Avenue, Old Ridge Road, Third Street, Ryerson Avenue, and half of Reeve and Hillside Avenues. Also, all the crosswalks on Main Street have been repaved.
The following roadways are scheduled to be repaved:
2014: Clark Street, Mary Street, Sunraise Avenue, Reeve Avenue, and Forest Avenue; a Department of Transportation grant will repave Rafkind Road.
2015: Cedar Street, Hillside, Hillcrest, Star Lake Road, Catherine Street, and Brandt Lane.
2016: Pleasant View, High Street, Pearl Street, Captolene, Grove Street, and Red Twig Trail.
2017: Mathews Drive, Mathews Terrace, Maple Avenue, Hamilton Street, Walter Drive, Walnut Street, and Leary Ave.
2018: Bailey Avenue, Ballston Street, Warren Street, White Have, Hilltop, Hestor Street, and Anna Rose Court.
2019: Orchard Street, Park Avenue, Roy Avenue, Ryerson, Second Street, Tice Street, and Andre Place.
2020: Sandrea Lane, Sally Street, Natalie Court, Oakwood Terrace, Cook Court, Elm Street, Heather Lane, and Ann Street.
2021: George Street, Henion Street, Linden Street, Memorial Court, John Street, Highland Avenue, and Ella Street.
2022: Bogue Drive, Andrew Place, Fichter Street, Elizabeth Street, Crane Avenue, and Charles Street.