TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – Representatives from Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office will host a community meeting on the proposed Tappan Zee Bridge project in Tarrytown next Wednesday.
Officials will discuss the project and answer questions from the public and Tarrytown Board of Trustees at the Tarrytown Senior Center on West Main Street beginning at 7 p.m.
The meeting is part of a continued effort from the state to promote the proposed bridge, which would include two parallel spans just north of the existing bridge. State officials are waiting for federal approval of the bridge project and potential financing from the Federal Highway Administration.
“After over a decade of delays, we are moving to build a new, better bridge that will be a boost to Hudson Valley residents and to the area’s economy,” Cuomo said when announcing the community meetings. “As we continue this process, it is essential that members of my administration go town by town and village by village to explain the details of the project and make sure all questions and concerns are addressed — and that’s exactly what we are going to do.”
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