The state has $19.5 million to spend cleaning up Greenpoint — and that money could turn your far out environmental idea into an eco-friendly reality.
Exxon Mobil settled with the state in November 2010 for letting more than 17 million gallons of oil seep under Greenpoint for over a century.
Over the next year, environmental experts will determine how to spend that clean-up cash, but they need your help coming up with possible projects.
Some North Brooklynites have already shared their proposals at a public workshop last Wednesday, and we’ve complied a few of the most creative suggestions.
Illustrations by Sylvan Migdal.Reach reporter Aaron Short at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (718) 260-2547.
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