The Rockland Bridge is open as of June 5….
What is the deal with the Rockland Avenue Bridge which was supposed to be closed
for a few weeks last summer but where no sign of any work has appeared? and it just remains closed, sort of permanently … I think Metro North owns it (as I believe is the case with all bridges over their tracks) ….. not the Town Is the secret agenda to just permanently close it, with this being an experiment in how much of a political fuss it might raise or not raise ?
Our story on this bridge (wanna buy it anyone?) says it will be ready the end of May, 2009.
A note Wednesday (5/27) from Mamaroneck Town Administrator Steve Altieri confirms this, saying,"The Rockland Avenue bridge, according to the MTA is scheduled to re-open by the end of the month."
What up with the big, chronically empty Duane Reade building on the Boston Post Road in Mamaroneck?
— no more banks
Over the last year we have reported on the Audi dealership application that was declined, as well as reports that a Kiddie Gym and a Panera Bread franchise had inquired about the space.
But it still sits there.
According to the Town Administrator:
"There have been no inquiries to the Town of Mamaroneck regarding the Duane read space in several months. The last inquiry was from Panera Bread asking about some of our building codes. "