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If you are coming from Rte 82 or Rte 52 you will be coming towards John Jay High School and the FIshkill IBM site. You will be turning on to Lime Kiln Road. You travel on Lime Kiln - going over I-84. You will pass a Park and Ride on your left. Beyond this you will then see Hudson Highland Vet Clinic. You will turn left when you see the Vet Clinic as this is Donovan Drive. You will drive to the top of this road - the center is the only building at the top of the turn-around road. If coming from Interstate 84 you will be getting off on the Lime Kiln exit - once you are at the end of the exit, turn left at the stop sign. Right in front of you will be a Dept. of Transportation facility. On the left you will see a Park and Ride. Right after this on the left you will look for Hudson Highlands Vet Clinic. Turn onto this road as this is Donovan Drive. You will drive all the way to the top of this road - the center is the last building on the road - on the left.

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