Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Heavy equipment working in the Hudson north of the Tappan Zee Bridge

The State is conducting a “Pile Demonstration Implementation Project” (PIDP) in the Hudson and is also collecting many core samples of bottom sediment. The data collected will be provided to the contractors who are bidding on construction of the proposed two new bridge structures.

Riverkeeper, our riverfront Towns and Villages as well as Rockland and Westchester Counties have petitioned the Governor to slow and alter the current undemocratic and illegal process so that other crossing options which will not harm the river and our river communities can be investigated. So far, no answer from Cuomo.

If the Governor’s plan proceeds as currently proposed, our communities and the River will take an awful beating.

The River is starting to feel it already.






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