Riders on the Tour de Cure - an annual fundraising bike ride for the American Diabetes Association - will pass through South Nyack on Piermont Avenue on Sunday - June 2.
SOUTH NYACK SUMMER CONCERTS
Join us for music under the stars at Franklin Street Park at Cedar Hill between Depot and South Franklin. There are 3 wonderful performances scheduled:
Sunday, June 30 - Still Saffire Sunday, July 28 - The Old No. 7 Band Sunday, August 25 - Blarney Stew
Concerts are from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Bring a chair! Bring a friend! Come and enjoy the music!
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BATHROOM FACILITY TO BE INSTALLED IN THE FRANKLIN STREET PARK
Through funding from the Rockland County Community Development Block Grant program, South Nyack will install a bathroom facility in the Franklin Street Park. This is welcomed news to residents who enjoy the park’s tennis and basketball courts, playground, Esposito Trail and the summer concerts in the Gazebo. Construction will begin this spring and it is expected that the facility will be completed this summer. The bathroom will be open 8:00 am to dusk each day.
TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE COMMUNITY OUTREACH CENTER
The Thruway Authority has opened a community outreach center in Nyack for local residents who have questions and/or concerns during the construction TZ Bridge process. The center, located at 142 Main St. in Nyack, is open from Monday - Friday, 11 am to 7 pm and on Saturday & Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm. The new bridge will consist of two parallel structures, each having four lanes of traffic and two emergency lanes. The northern span will also have a pedestrian and bike path. Construction of the northern span will begin first. Once it is completed, all traffic will be diverted to that span while contractors tear down the old bridge and build the southern span. Stop by the new center to view a 3-D model of the new Tappan Zee Bridge. You can also visit their website for additional information concerning jobs, contracting and supply opportunities and information about how eligible companies could become state certified to work on this historic project: http://www.tappanzeeconstructors.com