SUEZ workers are back at work after extensive training on social distancing and PPE to adjust to the current conditions. Since the crisis began, I have been providing advance notice to all elected officials when SUEZ crews would be working on major road projects in the event that residents may call to inquire about the potential disruption of their water service. Until the crisis is resolved, no home or business will lose water service due to a planned road project unless an emergency arises. All customers in the general vicinity of the work will be notified in advance.
Beginning in May and June, we plan to start work on two main replacement projects in Airmont. Here are the details:
- Ackerman Avenue: approximately 3,000 feet of 8″ water main from Church Road to N. Lorna Lane. Project will start in mid-May and run approximately five weeks.
- East Saddle River Road, Airmont and Monsey. Approximately 3.900 feet of 12″ water main from 260 East Saddle River Road to Route 59. Project will start in early June and run approximately seven weeks.
Director of External Affairs, SUEZ