Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Mario Cuomo Bridge

As Others See Us: Tappan Zee Bridge Storefront For Sale

StreetsBlog is running a caption contest for one of the empty storefronts in Nyack. Like many small businesses with a “For Sale” sign in the window, this shuttered storefront started with high hopes and ended with broken dreams.

The Tappan Zee Bridge I-287 Environmental Review space has been closed for some time. It was part of a community outreach program for the now deprecated original 30 mile project, which had covered a 30 mile corridor with both road improvements and mass transit components. A bridge-only effort, called the Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing Project, was substituted for the original plan last October.

Some of the caption nominations include:

  • Tappan Zee Outreach Gone Fishin’
  • The Andrew Cuomo Office of Transparency and Sustainability (Closed)
  • “We are preparing for the $30 tolls by moving offices to the other side of the bridge”
  • “Like a (troubled) bridge over troubled waters…”
  • Public office for rent
  • “Never underestimate the power of a shiny dangling object”.
  • Coming soon: Casino!

Have a nomination? Share it here or at StreetsBlog.org.

The As Others See Us series looks at stories about Nyack and Rockland County in from the perspective of media outside the Lower Hudson Valley.

Source: Caption Contest: Tappan Zee Outreach Gone Fishin’, Streetsblog 1/27/2012

See also: Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing Project

Photo Credit: Streetsblog

 

 

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.



You May Also Like

The Villages

This week in the Villages: Spring Valley braces against an anonymous push for dissolution. Polio findings in Rockland continue to raise alarms for public...

Nyack People & Places

It’s amazing to consider that Nyack once had a beautiful pristine brook with a rocky bed and deep gullies that flowed year-round. Nyack Brook,...

Arts

The 10th Annual Nyack Film Festival will be screened from August 14-18, 2022. All films are being shown at Hotel Nyack, except for a...

Advertisement