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August 11, 2011
New York is experiencing picture perfect beautiful day: 73 degrees, low humidity, bright blue sky. However, the luxurious green grass playing field, a rarity for urban kids that has cost at least $200,000 of taxpayer money, remains locked up behind a hideous construction fence, being held hostage by the DOT until the BPCA assumes control. Note the lost sports balls kicked over the fence that the children cannot access.
This is a disgrace that falls squarely on the shoulders of BPCA’s CEO Gayle Horwitz [(212) 417-2000 email@example.com], Tess Huxley, and the DOT’s Region 11 Director Phillip Eng [(718) 482-4526 firstname.lastname@example.org].