Protect Esposito Nature Trail - Support Zero Development & Connection to Shared Use Path

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Anita Brown
4 years ago
I live in South Nyack. Please do not destroy this trail. That would be criminal. South Nyack was raped once for the first Tappan Zee Bridge. It is unacceptable for South Nyack to suffer the same fate again.

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isabella jacob
4 years ago
Don't "improve" this natural retreat!!

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Louisson Louidor
4 years ago
I'm singing because i need some where for living please email me when you can thanks

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Kc Lovell
4 years ago
I use this trail all the time. The alterations would be horrible for this little community.

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Erica Carlino
4 years ago
I love this trail. You'll ruin the area.

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W brenner
4 years ago
I've used this trail for 20+ years. It has naturally gotten more used over time but by residents who understand how special it is. But with this Shared Use Path connection, the quiet nature of it will be a thing of the past. It will be overrun by people with no affiliation to it other than a 'destination'. We will lose OUR back yard and honestly, it makes me feel sick.

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sarah hatkoff
4 years ago
I have used this trail for years, it is one of the only nature places to walk and ride my bike in miles. This town is all about caring for nature, so Keep the trail! And pour in more $ to make it even more green!

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Jim Olimpieri
4 years ago
I beleive in green space.

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Rory Hohenberger
4 years ago
I want to preserve what little we have left of nature in our community.

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Michael Andrea
4 years ago
This trail needs to be preserved as the great natural trail that is enjoyed by many residents, and not converted into a "commuter" path.