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Lupinacci Visits Mill Dam Park Bocce Courts Newly Repaved For Special Olympics Training Event

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The resurfacing project was completed by Posillico and Ambrosio Paving ahead of a Special Olympics training event.

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(L to R): Andre Sorrentino, Town Director of General Services; Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci; Peter Walters, Posillico; Chuck Forte, Posillico.

Photo by: Town of Huntington

Halesite, NY - August 30, 2018 - Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci visited the newly repaved bocce courts at Mill Dam Park on Friday, August 24.
 
“Thank you to Posillico Paving and Ambrosio Paving for doing an excellent job repaving these courts,” said Supervisor Lupinacci. “I can’t wait to play a little bocce!”
 
“I was at the Mill Dam Park bocce courts yesterday and was pleasantly surprised to see the rough, rocky area black-topped,” said Peter Rabito, President, American Bocce Club, on Saturday, August 25. “It looks amazing and I know the members of the American Bocce Club and Special Olympics are going to be thrilled!”
 
The bocce courts at Mill Dam Park, located on Mill Dam Road in Halesite, are used weekly by the American Bocce Association. The resurfacing project was completed by Posillico and Ambrosio Paving ahead of a Special Olympics training event taking place Sunday, August 26.