Trustee RJ Renna has announced that, thanks in part to a Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization Grant, the municipal parking facility, located on West Hoffman Avenue and School Street, has been completely gutted, in process for renovation.  Some of the changes and improvements that will be coming to the parking lot include re-paving the asphalt lot, restriping the lot to accommodate more parking spaces, landscaping, and curb and sidewalk repair.

Trustee Renna said, “This project is another of the on-going upgrades the Village is making to improve the parking in our Downtown Business District.”

Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle added, “The Village, in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Business Improvement District, will continue to work to revitalize our Downtown Business District with transformative public and private sector projects.  We will work together to achieve our goal of creating a vibrant Downtown that will support current businesses, foster growth, and build a strong and secure future for the Lindenhurst Community.”

Pictured here (left to right) are Trustee RJ Renna, Superintendent of the Department of Public Works Rick Sorrentino, and Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle.