Petition To Keep Tuckahoe Road Open Gains Traction - 27 East

Petition To Keep Tuckahoe Road Open Gains Traction

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James Ding with portions of his petition.    JEN NEWMAN

James Ding with portions of his petition. JEN NEWMAN

Tuckahoe Principal Arlette Sicari and Board of Education candidate Sean Hattrick at the fifth annual Taste of Tuckahoe event on Friday night. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tuckahoe Principal Arlette Sicari and Board of Education candidate Sean Hattrick at the fifth annual Taste of Tuckahoe event on Friday night. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

author on Sep 13, 2016
A petition to keep all of Tuckahoe Road open to the public—noting its “magnificent views” for bicyclists, walkers and joggers as well as drivers—has collected more than 2,000 signatures so... more

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