NIAGARA FALLS, NY (WIVB) - Roadwork will continue on Lewiston Road now that the city of Niagara Falls has given a green light for money for the project.
The city council voted Monday to pass a measure that will allow Mayor Paul Dyster's change of orders for the project. The city will officially contract with Accadia Site Contracting, Inc., the company that took over on the Lewiston Road project after the city kicked former contractor, Man O' Trees, Inc. off the job.
The change order adds another $130,000 to the city's $4.4 million contract with Accadia.
Many residents of the DeVeaux neighborhood have voiced their frustrations over the length of the project.
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