Conservationists and condo association battle over access to Indian site in Dobbs Ferry (NY)

For 20 years, local folks have been battling over just who has the right to use a sliver of Hudson River waterfront that had been the site of Native American encampments for 6,000 years.  In the latest iteration of the public access battle, Friends of Wickers Creek Archeological Site has sued the Landing on the Water at Dobbs Ferry Homeowners Association.   Read the article………………


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