EASTCHESTER, N.Y. - Eastchester will receive more than $115,000 to help improve and maintain its local roads and Tuckahoe will get more than $70,000.
The money, part of the state's Consolidated Highway Improvements Funds (CHIPS), will be an increase over what the city received last year.
Eastchester will get $117,258.60 That's an increase of $26,155.62 or 28.7 percent from last year, said state Sen. George Latimer (D-Rye). Tuckahoe will get $71,297.54, a $14,961.44 or 26.56 percent increase.
The Village of Mamaroneck will receive $237,701.10, which is $49,353.15 more than last year. Port Chester will get $215,021.43, an increase from last year of $45,267.11.
Rye Brook is receiving $73,781.95 , or $11,741.63 more than last year.
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