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TARRYTOWN, NY-The impetus behind the Cuomo administration’s decision to replace the three-mile-long Tappan Zee Bridge, which connects this Westchester County community with Nyack on the western shore of the Hudson River, may have been federal funding through an Obama administration program that identified high-priority infrastructure projects across the US. However, Ross Pepe, president of the Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley Inc., also based in Tarrytown, tells GlobeSt.com that the need to address the Empire State’s longest span has long been evident.

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