The county is just about done with improvements to the center of Tappan, where crews replaced sidewalks, repaved streets, did drainage work and added decorative light posts. The new look, with brick sidewalks and cobblestone print on the road surface, was meant to evoke old-world charm in the historic area.
Business owners say the county should have taken the work a step further by taking down the plethora of parking and road signs. They also hope to see some resolution soon to the lawsuit the local fire association filed against the county. Work in front of the firehouse has been stopped since December and there’s a big construction hole there.
For more on this story, read: Tappan improvements almost done, but lawsuit goes on.
Have you seen the improvements. What do you think?
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