Sunday, June 10, 2007

NYC 25 year plan - does it go far enough?

Mayor Bloomberg finds support from Gov. Spitzer, Federal EPA for plan featuring congestion fees on cars entering Manhattan below 86th Street and a campaign to plant a million trees.
Fears on congestion fee collection eased as NYC begins to advertise for specialized collection consultants - squeegeeman experience a must.

Trees ever popular, one once rumored to grow in Brooklyn, but NYC needs more - plant each tree with high tech potting soil that safely and instantly neutralizes dog waste - no New Yorker would ever scoop a poop again. What a legacy. Bloomberg coasts to Presidential victory running on American Kennel Club line.

Goldman Sachs reported buying tree farms up and down the Eastern Seaboard and every parking lot between 86th and 90th.

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