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The Villages: By the River and Over The Bridge

This Week In The Villages: The NYS DOT has a Tuesday open house at the mall to discuss putting a dedicated bus lane on the new Tappan Zee Bridge. Nyack’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program meets Thursday. Orange & Rockland will begin trimming trees and vegetation around Orangetown power lines. And the OPD wants to know: Have You Seen This Man who sprayed graffiti at the Memorial Park Skate Park?


Village of Nyack

LHudson River Sunrise, Clermont, Main St, Nyack, Lens flare. Photo Credit: Dave Zornowocal Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP): The Public Hearing for the Draft LWRP will be held on Thursday, Sept 28 at 7:30p at Village Hall (9 North Broadway). The Village of Nyack has draft copies of the LWRP available for public review. They are available at the Village Clerk’s Office (9 North Broadway) and at the Nyack Library Adult Reference Desk (59 South Broadway). The Draft LWRP is also available on the village website (nyack-ny.gov).
Filming on Monday – No Parking Zones: There is a scheduled film shoot at a store on Main Street on Monday, September 25. All streets are open to the public; however, parking has been reserved for the filming company on the south side of Main Street between Cedar and Broadway and along Cedar St. Municipal lots and all other street parking is available to the public. All roads remain open to the public.
Vandalism In Memorial Park: Several private and public properties, including the Nyack Skate Park in Memorial Park, were vandalized on Sept 19 causing thousands of dollars of damage.
The Orangetown Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the perpetrators, who are believed to be two white males aged 25-35. They may have been driving a 2000-2002 Subaru Outback or Forester.  Read Vandalism in Nyack; PD Looking for Leads to see a photo and learn how you can help catch the culprits.

Town of Orangetown

Orange and Rockland’s Vegetation Management Program
This project will begin on or around September 25, and will continuing for approximately four weeks. What is it exactly? Trees, Inc., under town supervision, has been contracted to perform tree trimming and removal work along the following streets in Orangetown (residents will be contacted via letter to be apprised of the program requirements):

Sparkill Substation Area – Kings Highway, Route 340, Mount Nebo, Hansen Street, Rockland Road, Hillside Avenue/Route 9W, Oak Tree Road, Muroney Avenue, Horne Tooke Road, Closter Road, Fern Road, Ludlow Lane, Washington Springs Road, Woods Road, and associated side streets.

Orangeburg Substation Area – North Greenbush Road, Western Highway, Leber Road, Erie Street, Route 303, Blauvelt Road, Van Wyck Road, Parkway Drive, Mountain View Avenue, Dutch Hill Road, Old Tappan Road, Lexington Road, Andre Hill Road, Washington Avenue, Constitution Drive, Princeton Drive, Sunset Road, Sickletown Road, Orangeburg Road, South Nauraushaun Road, Bocket Road, oriole Street, Sparrow Lane, Sandra lane, and associated side streets.

Village of Piermont:
Sparkill Substation Area – Hillside Avenue, Piermont Avenue, Hudson Terrace, Paradise Avenue, Tate Avenue, Spruce Street, Bay Street, Hester Street, and associated side streets.

Village of South Nyack:
Sparkill Substation Area – Piermont Avenue, Smith Avenue, South Broadway, Washington Avenue, Clinton Avenue, Depew Avenue, Remsen Street, Burd Street, and associated side streets.

Orangeburg Substation Area – South Broadway, North Route 9W, Hamilton Place, Ferris Lane, and associated side streets.

Village of Grandview:
Sparkill Substation Area – River Road.

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For further information about O&R’s plans, please call O&R directly at 877-434-4100

Tappan Zee Bridge News

Will The New Bus System Get A Dedicated Bus Lane on the new bridge? When the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge (GMMCB) Tappan Zee Bridge opens in 2018, there will be a new bus system that replaces Rockland County’s Tappan Zee Express. On Tues Sept 26 from 6p-8p, the NYS Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) hosts a public meeting to discuss whether the new LHTL (Lower Hudson Transit Link) buses should get their own lane to speed Rockland commuters to Metro North and other Westchester destinations. The public is invited to an open house in the Alder Room on the 4th Floor of the Palisades Center (1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack).
Overnight Lane Closures
This week, Tappan Zee Constructors (TZC) will mill and pave sections of the southbound/eastbound New York State Thruway (I-87/I-287) near the landings of the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. The work will prepare the area for the shift in southbound/eastbound traffic to the new bridge, and require multiple overnight lane closures between exit 11 (Nyack – South Nyack – US Route 9W) and exit 9 (Tarrytown – Sleepy Hollow – US Route 9).
TZC is also scheduled to move necessary equipment near the Westchester landing on Wednesday night, requiring a single southbound/eastbound traffic stop at midnight. State Police will hold traffic in the four southbound/eastbound Thruway lanes near the bridge for up to 15 minutes.
Specific lane closure times are listed in the chart below:

DATE: CLOSURES BEGIN: CLOSURES END: LOCATION:
Mon., 9/25 7 p.m. – One left lane
8 p.m. – Two left lanes
5 a.m.Tues., 9/26 Southbound (I-87/I-287)
from exit 11 to exit 9
Tues., 9/26 7 p.m. – One left lane
8 p.m. – Two left lanes
11 p.m. – Three left lanes
5 a.m.Wed., 9/27 Southbound
from exit 11 to the bridge
Wed., 9/27 7 p.m. – One left lane
8 p.m. – Two left lanes
11 p.m. – Three left lanes
5 a.m.Thur., 9/28 Southbound
from exit 11 to the bridge
Thur., 9/28 7 p.m. – One left lane
8 p.m. – Two left lanes
11 p.m. – Three left lanes
5 a.m.Fri., 9/29 Southbound
from exit 11 to the bridge
Fri., 9/29 9 p.m. – One left lane
10 p.m. – Two left lanes
11:59 p.m. – Three left lanes
6 a.m.Sat., 9/30 Southbound
from exit 11 to the bridge

Here are the municipal events in South Nyack and the Village of Nyack and the Nyack Public Schools meetings for the week of 9/25. There are no meetings scheduled in Upper Nyack this week.

Village of Nyack

  • Mon 9/25, 7p: Zoning Board of Appeals
  • Tue 9/26

5p: Justice Court
6:30p: Nyack Housing Authority

  • Wed 9/27

7p: Nyack NAACP Meeting
7p: Parks Commission

  • Thurs 9/28

9:30a: Justice Court
6:30p: Village Board Pre-meeting Workshop
7:30p: Village Board Meeting

Nyack Village Hall is located at 9 N. Broadway.

Village of South Nyack

  • Tue 9/26

6:45p: Police Board
7:30p: Board of Trustees Regular Meeting

  • Thurs 9/28, 7:30a: Comprehensive Planning Board

South Nyack Village Hall is located at 282 S Broadway.

Nyack Public Schools

Mon 9/25, 7p: OCADA Coalition Meeting

The OCADA Coalition meeting will be held at the Nyack Administration Building, 13 Dickinson Ave.



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