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The missing "M" stands for money. New York state is fixing dozens of signs for the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge because they omitted the former governor’s middle initial.

M STANDS FOR MESS: New bridge signs for the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo bridge -- commonly known as the Tappan Zee -- are being replaced because the middle initial is missing. Guess who's paying for it? #CBSNewYork 

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Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge signs missing middle initial to be fixed, replaced

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Highway signs for the new span replacing the Tappan Zee are missing former governor Mario Cuomo's middle initial, so someone is going to have to get up there and fix all of them.

New York is repairing a number of signs that were installed just last year but omitted the Mario Cuomo's middle initial.

Mario Cuomo Bridge: Andrew Cuomo unaware of work to add middle initial, spokesman says

Is this really necessary?? NYS patching road signs that left out 'M.' in 'Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge'

DOT patching road signs that left out 'M.' in 'Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge'

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The Mario M. Cuomo Bridge is apparently missing the “M.” on a number of signs

Missing a middle initial, Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge signs will be fixed

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Also the video says right wing people call him FredoLmao@ChrisCuomo  EVERY ELECTED OFFICIAL IN NEW YORK calls you Fredo!!! And they're all Dems! Do you really think you're a world class journalist and not just Andrew Cuomo's brother and Mario Cuomo's son?

Saddened by the passing of Mario Cuomo - a passionate public servant and the embodiment of the American dream.

Former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo has died, his family tells CNN.

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The NYT obituary for Mario Cuomo, New York's governor from 1983-94

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Former New Mario Cuomo'>York Governor Mario Cuomo has passed away at age 82, his family confirms.

BREAKING: NY1 has learned that former Mario Cuomo'>Governor Mario Cuomo has died at the age of 82. Tune in to NY1 for ongoing coverage.

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