Help Us Deliver The Petition to Governor Cuomo!

Thursday, June 07 2018, 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM [EST]

56, Washington Avenue, Albany, NY, 12210, United States


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2. Review and Proceed


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Thursday, June 07 2018, 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM [EST]

About the Event

The time has come!  We are delivering 5,000 pages of signatures to Governor Cuomo on Thursday, June 7th, at High Noon, in Albany!

We need you there to help us hold up signs, hold up our banner, and let the governor know that he should listen to his citizens and support the fair compromise bills in the senate and assembly that would rename the bridge "The Mario M. Cuomo Tappan Zee Bridge" which would preserve history and avoid spending wasteful dollars on renaming the countless signs around New York State. 

The Rockland Times has already agreed to cover this event, and a tv station may be there too. 

Most importantly, we need YOU there as well!


Below is a link with parking guidance. It shows a list of parking lots. Unfortunately, these lots are sometimes full, and people need to park on the street. It depends on the day.
My best advice would be to meet on the street of the Washington Ave side of the State Capital building. You can then enter in together through security. 
Just be aware, the V-Lot is underground. You take an elevator once you park, and end up in the Empire State Plaza. The Empire State Plaza is connected below ground to the Capital. You turn right, go through security and go straight to get to the capital. The security is helpful. If you tell them you are meeting people on the Washington Ave side of the capital, they should be able to help you.

Thanks and let me know if you have any other questions.


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About the Organizer

Save Our Tappan Zee, Inc. is a 501(c)(3)(pending) organization focused on preserving the Tappan Zee name on the new Tappan Zee that was surreptitiously renamed The Mario Cuomo Bridge, and fighting to avoid similar renamings that destroy history from happening in the future.