Riverdale Press Point of View: A road to nowhere

December 29, 2011 | 1 comment
By Kristin Hart
Ladies and gentlemen of the Bronx, we’ve been had.

When I moved with my family to Van Cortlandt Village years ago, innocent of local politics, one of the first things I did was look for the Croton Aqueduct Trail, the 1840s engineering and historic treasure that runs due south through its woods. I had seen tantalizing hints of the aqueduct, at Fordham Road and of course at the incredible, stately High Bridge, which should have been restored and made accessible long ago

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Kristin Hart is the President of the Fort Independence Park Neighborhood Association (FIPNA)

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Aqueduct Trail disconnect

By Karen Argenti on November 21, 2011 | Edit

Aqueduct Trail:  how the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail in the North Bronx is a disconnect As you may know, the historic Old Croton Aqueduct trails from Croton Lake in Westchester County through the Bronx exiting at the historic and soon to be opened High Bridge — the oldest bridge in the City.  But for one little […]

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