Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Bay Ridge) is pleased to share that the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) has followed through on its promise to make repairs to the 76th Street staircase. At the recent request of local residents, the community board and elected officials to improve the safety of the staircase, the DOT took action to fix the cracks in the damaged concrete. The repairs come in response to a letter Malliotakis sent, along with State Senator Marty Golden and City Councilman Vinny Gentile, to the Brooklyn DOT Commissioner on June 8th.

“I would like to thank the hardworking members of the DOT for a job well done,” said Malliotakis. “It is extremely important that we keep our neighborhood in good condition. These repairs are necessary to ensure that community members can travel safely on a daily basis.”

The final repairs will be completed once the fallen railing has been replaced.

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Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis visits the newly renovated staircase on 76th Street in Bay Ridge.

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