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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Today's News

Bronx BP Adolfo Carrion is endorsing the mayor's congestion pricing plan, according to the Daily News.

The New York Times reports on a study by the Regional Plan Association that says the cost of operating 55 miles of planned waterfront parks would be $100 million a year — almost one-third of the park department’s budget. The article doesn't mention the planned parks on the Harlem River that were promised as part of the stadium deal, an an ongoing issue covered by the Highbridge Horizon.

1 comment:

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    We all have to wonder what Bloomberg is really thinking of with this congestion pricing tax scheme. Maybe he mostly just wants a new tax. Just wrap it up in ‘concern for the environment’, and then people can just demonize those who oppose it.

    If he cares so much about traffic jams, congestion and air pollution, why does he let Park Avenue be blocked off? Why doesn’t he do anything about that?

    It's true, Pershing Square Restaurant blocks Park Avenue going South at 42nd St. for about 12 hours a day/5 months of the year! This Causes Massive Congestion & Air Pollution!

    But apparently it does not bother NYC’s Nanny-in-Chief Mike “Congestion Pricing Tax” Bloomberg? Check out the map!


    Check it out!


    Little Blue PD


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