The following resolutions are scheduled for discussion: - Resolution to declare SEQR Determination of Significance for the Sandbar Park Improvement Project. - Resolution to bond up to $4,000,000 for the Sandbar Park drainage and flood protection improvements. - Resolution to bond up to $5,500,000 for the Sandbar Park parkland improvements.
To view the June 2021 Information Session Presentations, please select: June 2021 LINK
Residents can view the presentation documents, including in-depth information about plans for the Bayside Restaurant.
Please review these documents prior to submitting comments, as many of your questions may already be answered in these documents.
February 24, 2021 Update from Supervisor Flaherty Bright Future for Lake Road and Sandbar Park
The next few years will be quite active on Lake Road from Pellett road heading west. Three following major projects will be initiated in the order they will be conducted.
PROJECT 1: A Monroe County project that looks to start in the Spring of 2021. It entails the rehabilitation and widening of approximately 2.3 miles of Lake Road between Bay Road and Pellett Road. The proposed work consists of milling and resurfacing the existing pavement, full depth shoulder widening, drainage improvements, removal of an abandoned railroad overpass and replacement of the Shipbuilder’s Creek culvert. Isolated areas of full depth reconstruction will be needed to correct horizontal curvature and ensure the pavement section is adequate for the life of the project. Widening the shoulders will require the relocation and redesign of the storm water system. Drainage inlets will be located along the roadway curb or gutter. A combination of closed systems and a few open ditches will be used. The abandoned railroad bridge currently carries the Hojack Trail over Lake Road. As part of this project, the bridge will be removed, and a new at-grade posted crosswalk for the Hojack Trail crossing Lake Road will be established. The existing Shipbuilder’s Creek culvert will be replaced with a similar 3-sided precast concrete structure founded on rock. The new structure will be slightly wider to accommodate the proposed shoulders.
PROJECT 2: The Town of Webster has obtained approximately $3 million in New York State REDI grants for shoreline resiliency. Two of the main uses of this grant money are for: 1. moving a portion of Lake Road near Oklahoma Beach to the north to create space on the south for a walkway, and 2. building a resiliency type break wall along the bay at Sandbar Park. 60% of the engineering has been accomplished on these REDI grant projects and it is hoped in Spring 2022 they will be initiated.
PROJECT 3: Restructuring of Sandbar Park. This Town project was first discussed 3 - 4 years ago. A citizen committee was formed to come up with some ideas and a public presentation of the various architect renditions was done in late 2018. Then in the spring of 2019 the water levels rose and flooded Sandbar Park and portions of Lake Road. That resulted in both a) the Town Sandbar Park project being put on hold and b) the State offering REDI grants for shoreline resiliency. The citizen committee has been reconvened and is trying to marry architectural plans for Sandbar Park with the road movement and break wall of the REDI grant projects. The rest of 2021 will be an "active and exciting time" for the plans for Sandbar Park. If everything goes well, it is very possible the final plans will have construction initiated in parallel with the REDI granted projects in 2022.
October 23, 2019:
Governor Cuomo announced funding for five projects for the Town of Webster, to deal with high water along Lake Ontario and Irondequoit bay.
The projects are as follows:
1) $1,500,000 for Lake Road to be raised at the West end of Lake Road 2) $748,000 for mitigation retention along Sandbar Park 3) $501,000 for Town of Webster WWPS for wastewater pumps and raising the pump station on Lake Road 4) $77,000 for a floating dock and launch, for operation of the West Webster Fire Department’s boat 5) $250,000 to raise the pump stations and the openings of the buildings on Lake Road.