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Mace Street work begins

PENN YAN—The village of Penn Yan has begun road work on Mace Street as of last week. Mace Street is located between Knapp and Schlappi Lumber and the Top of the Lake Restaurant off of Lake Street.
Director of Public Works Brent Bodine said the village is in the process of relocating and rebuilding the street to village specifications. He said to bring the street up to village specifications, the improvements are estimated to cost $157,475. Bodine said the work began last week and is expected to be completed before the end of this fiscal year.
Mayor Leigh MacKerchar said Mace Street was taken over by the village years ago when there was another proposed development. He said the road goes down almost all the way to the edge of the outlet. MacKerchar said while the current work only includes the road repair, there will be future infrastructure upgrades to things like the water line on Lake Street needed for development.
Mace Street is the future location for the Hampton Inn hotel, one of two hotel projects in the village planned for construction. Bodine said Mace Street is and will continue to be one of the village streets leading into the waterfront development area. He said the rebuilding of Mace Street is not part of the three-way deal agreed upon between the village, Yates County and Keuka Development in February. While the road runs nearby the historic cupola from the former Empire State Wine Company, Bodine said it is in no danger of destruction or damage while the road work is being conducted.

 

 

 

 

 



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