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April 06, 2011


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Back around 1998 Ossining's government took over 3 parcels of waterfront property near Sing Sing Prison and sold them to a developer, Louis Capelli, to build high-end condos. Since 1998 nothing has been done and the area remains bare soil and high fences. Assemblyperson Galef and Senator Oppenheimer want more of the same? Ossining should first finish what they started over a decade ago and maybe even return the waterfront to THE PEOPLE.

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    The Hudson is measured north from Hudson River Mile 0 at the Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan. The George Washington Bridge is at HRM 12, the Tappan Zee 28, Bear Mountain 47, Beacon-Newburgh 62, Mid-Hudson 75, Kingston-Rhinecliff 95, Rip Van Winkle 114, and the Federal Dam at Troy, the head of tidewater, at 153. Entries from points east and west in the watershed reference the corresponding river mile on the mainstem.

Boating On-Hudson