New York State DOT Plans To Widen Parts Of Route 60 Near Cassadaga, Sinclairville

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GERRY – New York State DOT officials plan to widen a section of Route 60.

The state will be holding a public information session next week to hear feedback from residents.

The proposed work would take place next spring on the highway in the Towns of Charlotte, Gerry, Stockton and Villages of Cassadaga and Sinclairville.

In January 2017, a 20-year-old Lakewood man was killed on the motorway after investigators said his vehicle crossed the center line and struck a Coach USA bus.

The public meeting will take place Tuesday, September 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Cassadaga Valley High School.


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