ALBANY — When Gov. Cuomo opens the eastbound span of the new Tappan Zee Bridge — now named after his father — on Friday, he’ll get help from fellow Westchester County resident Hillary Clinton.
“Secretary Clinton is a long time friend of the Cuomo family and will be on hand for festivities,” a source said. “She is expected to speak at the event that both celebrates the opening of the bridge that connects Westchester and Rockland Counties and is one of the nation’s largest infrastructure projects in the last 20 years.”
The new bridge will be named the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. Some have called the old Tappan Zee name to be tacked on as well, but Cuomo said a new bridge should get a new name.
His late father served three terms as governor.
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Thursday, September 6, 2018
Hillary Clinton to Help Dedicate the New TZ Bridge
Hillary knew Mario Cuomo and admired him. She often quoted him on the campaign trail, so it is no surprise that she will take part in this event honoring his memory.