President Barack Obama talks transportation funding at Sunset Cove restaurant in Tarrytown

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Obama will also speak at the opening of the Sept. 11 memorial Thursday. (Credit: News 12)

President Barack Obama was in Tarrytown Wednesday afternoon to push Congress for more infrastructure funding.

The president spoke for a short time at the Sunset Cove restaurant at the Washington Irving Boat Club, with the Tappan Zee Bridge as his backdrop. In his speech, Obama urged Congress for more funding for transportation projects, like the new Tappan Zee Bridge being built. Obama says...

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