60-foot fire watch tower proposed at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation

The tower would be the exact same model

The tower would be the exact same model of a fire tower that was taken down in the 1970s. (Credit: News 12)

A proposal for a 60-foot fire watch tower at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation was discussed today at a Westchester County board meeting.

The committee, which oversees the park, sat down Tuesday morning with Tom Cohn, of Friends of the Trailside Museum and Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. Cohn proposes that the tower be erected on the highest point in the park.

The tower would be the exact...

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