Monsey’s Sanitary Sewer Upgrade Reaches Final Stages – Supervisor Michael Specht Commends Ramapo’s DPW Deputy Director Michael Sadowski for Diligence

The Town of Ramapo Department of Public Works proudly announced the near completion of its mainline sanitary sewer replacement project in Monsey, spanning from Cameo Ridge Road to Calvert Drive, including Waverly Place and parts of Carlton Road, Dover Terrace, Cedar Lane, and Crown Road. This vital project involved replacing more than 3,000 linear feet of aging sewer pipe.

Expressing his satisfaction, Town Supervisor Michael Specht said, “This project is a significant leap toward enhancing the reliability and efficiency of our sewer system. We thank the community for their patience and cooperation. This improved infrastructure will enhance residents’ quality of life and our sustainability efforts.”

Supervisor Specht also acknowledged Deputy Director of Public Works Michael Sadowski, stating, “I want to personally thank Deputy Director Sadowski for his diligent oversight of this project.”

The Department of Public Works has worked tirelessly to minimize disruptions during construction. The upgraded infrastructure promises better sanitation services and environmental conservation for the town in the years ahead. The community’s patience and cooperation have been crucial during this essential infrastructure upgrade.

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