Moses’ Mountain – a well-kept Greenbelt secret with splendid views

In the early 1960s Robert Moses, the notorious New York City planner and Parks Commissioner attempted to construct the Richmond Parkway over Todt Hill cutting through what is today‚Äôs Greenbelt. Earth and rock blasted away for the highway was hauled to a remote area eventually forming a 260-foot-high rubble mound destined to become a highway […]