Congresswoman Nita Lowey Tells Us Her County Favorites

US congresswoman and longtime Harrison resident Nita Lowey gives us the scoop on a few of her favorite things.


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A performance at Caramoor.

AmVets Memorial Bridge over the Croton Reservoir, a beautiful monument to our nation’s veterans.

Basketball and ballet at the Westchester County Center.

Caramoor, one of the many wonderful arts organizations in Westchester.

Dams, Kensico and Croton.

Education. From early childhood to post-doctoral, Westchester offers great schools and teachers.

First responders, who keep our communities safe.

Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze. Did you see last fall’s pumpkin Tappan Zee Bridge?

Healthcare is extraordinary at our many hospitals and medical service providers.

Irving, Washington. Famous Tarrytown resident and author of the The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

John Jay Homestead

Kykuit, the John D. Rockefeller Estate.

Long Island Sound, a treasure we must continue to protect.  

Memorial Day parades. I’m proud to honor the memory of local men and women who have given their lives in service to our great country.

New NY Bridge. One of my proudest achievements was helping secure the $1.6 billion federal loan to help fund this critical project.

Ossining’s Teatown Lake Reservation.

Peekskill waterfront, one of the best places to admire the Hudson River.

Quiet nights at home with my grandkids.

Restaurants. Westchester is home to some of New York’s finest cuisine.

Swimming. My favorite way to exercise.

Trails for walking and biking across the county.

Umbrella. I take one wherever I go.

Views from a Metro-North train; it’s a great tour of our county as I travel to the city.

Weekends. I look forward to coming home from DC to spend time with my family and constituents.

X-pressway. The Cross County Expressway; it’s how I traverse Lower Westchester.

Yankees vs. Mets — my family is split between the two New York teams.

Zigzagging around Westchester, meeting with as many constituents as I can.

 

 

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