Waterfront Park in Dobbs Ferry

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Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. This is part of a $6 million facelift for the park.

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

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Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

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ADVERTISE HERE
Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is
(Credit: Nancy Siesel)

Along the Dobbs Ferry waterfront, the shoreline is being stabilized at the south end of the park. A state grant of $322,000 wil be used to design and build a waterfront park fishing pier. (July 23, 2012)

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