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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Poor saps! City kills nine DeKalb Avenue trees

Downtown plan: There could be lots of lonely partridges on the first day of Christmas this year, because the city chopped down nine pears trees on DeKalb avenue last week. Comment

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

BREAKING NEWS: Admirals Row will come down

Fort Greene: The city and National Guard reached an agreement to save two decrepit, yet historic, buildings in the Brooklyn Navy Yard and destroy eight others, ending an impasse and allowing the Navy Yard to proceed with its controversial plan to build a supermarket. Comments (8)

Clean the Gowanus? Hold your nose and choose between feds and city

Cleaning Our Waterways: NEWS ANALYSIS: Both proposals for cleaning the Gowanus Canal are flawed. Comments (6)

Other big news from the Gowanus Canal hearing

Cleaning Our Waterways: Other big details about the far-reaching impact of a Superfund designation for the Gowanus Canal trickled out of Tuesday’s meeting. Here’s a round-up of all the major action. Comments (2)

Friday, May 22, 2009

Council panel troubled by Dock Street project

DUMBO: Widely hyped concerns that a controversial residential tower and middle school on Dock Street in DUMBO would block views of the Brooklyn Bridge took a back seat at a City Council hearing last Thursday, where politicians focused on charges that the School Construction Authority improperly colluded with the project’s developer. Comments (13)

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