Residents get first look at proposed ...

Residents get first look at proposed waterfront plans

There are 3 comments on the Mid-Hudson News story from Feb 3, 2007, titled Residents get first look at proposed waterfront plans. In it, Mid-Hudson News reports that:

Possible designs for the Newburgh waterfront project were presented to the public Saturday at an ongoing charrette process and could include a light rail line going from the city's waterfront back to Stewart ...

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Heights Resident

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Feb 4, 2007
A light rail line?(chuckle) Is there an election coming up? OK, OK, I'm being defeatist and negative. First stop in Newburgh City will be McDonald's, the anchor store for upper Broadway. Second stop, DMV, the anchor property for lower Broadway. Last stop, the waterfront. Avoid disappointment, get your tickets early.


Since: Apr 07


#2 Apr 11, 2007
"Jaded in the Heights" eh? I guess the politics huh?

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Apr 12, 2007
a light rail line? They cant even build the fishing dock for us striper guys.

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