Save Our Tappan Zee - Live Protest Event! -- CHOOSE DATE FIRST, THEN # OF TICKETS.

282 South Broadway, South Nyack, NY, 10960, United States


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About the Event

We are staging protest events right over 287, on the overpasses that all the Tappan Zee traffic passes under. 

We have received authorization from the town of South Nyack to hold our protest events on the S. Broadway overpass and/or the Esposito Trail overpass, at our discretion.  In other words, as long as our protest remains peaceful, we have full legal authorization to hold this event.

We have a HUGE 35' x 5' banner that we will be holding up with 10 foot PWC pipes that reads:

Say No To The Cuomo!
Because History Matters.

While an RSVP is not necessary, it would be VERY helpful so that we can inform the town of South Nyack how many people to expect.

We hope to see you there!

MEETING PLACE: S. Nyack City Hall, 282 South Broadway, South Nyack, NY

PARKING AVAILABLE AT: South Broadway, and on Washington Ave. You Park At Your Own Risk, i.e. make sure you park in a designated parking spot.

WAIVER: You participate at your own risk.  You will be asked to help hold up the huge banner, walk around, and/or hold up signs.  If you bring a chair, you may also sit.  We will rotate people through different stations, i.e. 30 minutes holding the banner; 30 sitting holding a sign; etc. so that it breaks up the tasks.  Save Our Tappan Zee, Inc. and/or its officers will not be held liable should you participate and become injured through the above activities.

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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.