South Nyack: Who Said What to Who, and When?

It’s been a week you shouldn’t know from, as nana used to say. After the mayor’s unexpected announcement that the shared use path will land at Cornelison Avenue and South Broadway, everyone, including she, was up in arms.

Wait. Why, again?

Project officials were studying parking ideas, and the village was waiting for another meeting with the state to discuss concepts for the shared use path when it enters South Nyack.

How the state determined the # of visitors at a given time.

How the state determined the # of visitors at a given time.

Well . . . what does “how to keep the cars off the streets” sound like to you? That’s what the March 20 meeting was all about: explaining how to maintain the village’s characteristic and integrity while keeping its streets clear of cars.

Not all of the nearly 500 people who might visit during a peak weekend hour will drive to South Nyack (see chart). It begs the questions, “Who decided what, and when?” There’s more to this story.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2014

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