Rebuilding Riviera Drive

The Village of Mastic Beach is rebuilding Riviera Drive after years of neglect by others. Using FEMA mitigation funds, the village is filling in the giant potholes (which would swallow up a car) and making the road passable again.

“The people who live on the waterfront deserve to have emergency services,” stated Gary Stiriz head of DPW for the village.

“We also need to have the waterfront accessible to all of our village residents,” Stiriz added.

Now, people will be able to view the waterfront by car, bike or walking.The road should be finished in about two weeks.

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