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ALBANY-The New York State Thruway Authority has released three design proposals for the project to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge, the heavily trafficked three-mile span that connects New York City’s northern suburbs on either side of the Hudson River. A vote to select the winning bid is expected to take place at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the authority’s board of directors on Dec. 17; however, a selection committee has already given a non-binding recommendation of the least expensive of the proposals, which would cost about $3.1 billion to build.

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