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Satisfied With The Beacon Hill Work?

Cars drive along a resurfaced Beacon Hill Road, Sept. 4, 2013. (Photo: Rich Jacques)
Cars drive along a resurfaced Beacon Hill Road, Sept. 4, 2013. (Photo: Rich Jacques)
Beacon Hill Road is a lot smoother to drivers after resurfacing work was completed Wednesday by the Nassau County Department of Public Works.

The effort to fix the area was initiated by Patch Aug. 6 after reader asked when the "craters" would be fixed on Beacon Hill going southwest of Hillcrest/Summit Road.


After an initial work request by Nassau Legis. Wayne Wink, D-Roslyn, to Nassau Department of Public Works, many potholes were quickly filled but a bumpy driving surface remained. Wink said he was dissatisfied with the work.

Days later, Patch forwarded the problem and  a Patch video of the situation to the office of Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano. Within days after the request, county DPW workers were on the scene repairing the road.

Tell us: What do you think of Nassau County's response to the problem? Are you satisfied with the work? tell us in the comments section.

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