WTC security extends to streets beyond site..  Downtown Express reports that NYPD will be battening down access to  WTC “campus” in lower Manhattan. This week a new safety plan was presented at Community Board 1’s Redevelopment Committee meeting, and community members were dismayed by the multiple Checkpoint Charlie-like blocks on streets around the site proper. Said one resident of neighboring Cedar Street, “I don’t see a way to go home in a cab in front of my door without going through two checkpoints. We’re not talking about parking – we’re talking about access to the front door the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, with a cab full of groceries and 24 people for dinner.”

 

Gov’s Island: I’m Not Dead Yet

East Coast, Other
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
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GIPECs budget coming into focus. (jglsongs/Flickr)

GIPEC's budget--coming into focus. (jglsongs/Flickr)

While it is well known that the recession has hobbled both the city and state’s budgets for the coming fiscal year, one project has already been left for dead by certain press outlets. Which seems strange because one of the designers behind the recreational magnet that will one day become Governor’s Island works in the same building as us, and they seem as busy as hell. So is it really sink or swim time? Read More

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