Tarrytown Village Receives $250,000 Grant for Train Station Parking

Tarrytown village will receive a $250,000 grant to cover the cost of 67 parking spaces near the train station.


The parking spaces were built two years ago on the west side of the tracks. The grant was secured by Democratic State Senate Conference Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and came through unused multi-modal money awarded to the village for another project in 1999.


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