Mid-Hudson Bridge Displayed Purple Lights in Honor of New York State Police
The Mid-Hudson Bridge displayed purple lights in honor of the 100th anniversary of the New York State Police.
Members of the New York State Police from Troop K and Troop F congregated at Waryas Park in Poughkeepsie to take a picture of the Mid-Hudson Bridge. The Bridge was illuminated purple in honor of the 100th anniversary of the New York State Police.
For 100 years the New York State Police have served the people of this great state. Every day Troopers respond to calls for service, apprehend criminals, ensure highway safety, and provide support to their partners in law enforcement.
Major Robert M. Nuzzo and Major Joseph A. Tripodo are extremely proud of the State Police's history of professional service in the Hudson Valley and will continue to carry on the tradition the original 232 Troopers started in 1917.
The State Police send a special thank you to the New York State Bridge Authority.
More information regarding the New York State Police's 100th anniversary visit their website.