Friday, 20 April 2012 00:00
Really? Is this what our elected officials are spending their time and taxpayer money doing? How much money will be spent installing signage and holding ceremonies?
While William Cullen Bryant is certainly a noteworthy and famous resident of New York State and Roslyn, if he was still alive I am sure he would not be honored to have this architecturally bland excuse for a bridge named for him.
What is our obsession with naming or changing the names of everything?
Why did we need to change the name of the Triboro Bridge?
In these tough economic times when our representatives can’t balance budgets, can’t control wasteful spending, and there is no money to rebuild the Nassau Coliseum, our representatives are spending their time passing bills of no benefit to the living.
Where were these officials when the viaduct was being repaired with delays and cost overruns, which by the way was left in an unfinished and dangerous condition.
A 53-year resident of Manhasset, now commuting daily over “The Roslyn Viaduct”