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Some homeowners living near the Tappan Zee Bridge are fearful that their property value may sink once construction begins on a new crossing:
Anyone who owned the home and property prior to the present bridge being build may have a case, but anyone who purchased after the bridge was build forgot the one rule. It’s always: location, location, and location. Moving near or in proximity to a structure you are taking a chance of future changes and development near or with the property…”
The occupants have no more right to complain about the bridge noise than the people who buy houses next to airports and then complain about the noise from the airplanes. Besides, any residence that boasts of a “river view”, such as “The Quay” is bound to be extremely overpriced from the outset anyway.”
Many Lower Hudson Valley teachers begin a new school year today with a slew of changes in curricula and policy:
They said “No Child Left Behind” was bad, so now we have Race to the Top.” What’s the difference? Both just sound like hoops to jump through for federal money.” —John Taggart
Today’s Community View.
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