Brookhaven to Receive $400,000 in Funding to Improve Eagle Estates Park in Medford

Eagle Estates Park Groupsm119-91497-1 WaveAvenuePark 3D2smNY State Assemblyman Dean Murray, Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Michael Loguercio held a press conference to announce that the Assemblyman has secured $100,000 in State funding for improvements to the town’s Eagle Estates Park in Medford. In addition, the town has been awarded a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) that will be used for the park improvements. The CDBG provides federal funding under the Suffolk County Consortium. The park improvements are expected to include a new playground and basketball courts, a pergola, new fencing, irrigation and landscaping. The start date for work is still to be determined. Pictured left to right are Councilman Loguercio, Assemblyman Murray, Patchogue Medford School Board Second Vice President Bunnie Schiller and Supervisor Romaine.
Assemblyman Murray said, “I’m happy to team with my colleagues in the town, Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Michael Loguercio, to secure the necessary funding to get these much needed improvements done. This park has served as a recreational home to many teams, community organizations and residents through the years and I’m thrilled to be able to deliver the types of improvements that will make them proud to call this park home.”
Supervisor Romaine said, “Eagle Estates Park has served the families of this community for many years and now it’s in need of a facelift. Thanks to Assemblyman Murray, we’ll have the extra funding that we need to get the job done.”
“Neighborhood parks like this one are so important to the fabric of the community,” said Councilman Loguercio. “I thank Assemblyman Murray for all he does in the Fourth Council District and for securing the funding to help us get started on the renovation. It’s just another example of his strong commitment to the residents of the Town of Brookhaven.”

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