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Brooklyn Bridge Beach plan brings sand and surf to lower Manhattan
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[quote:AwesomeSauce:MV8yMzA5ODA3XzM5MzUwMTU5XzFGQ0E4REQx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 15483798:MV8yMzA5ODA3XzM5MzUwMDg5X0FCQTY5OUFC] I grew up in Manhattan and never would imagine a beach on the East River....hope they got daily clean up crews for the needles and Coney Island whitefish (condoms) that was up on the shores daily..... [/quote] There going to allow fishing in that mess too....Isn't this right under a bridge...that seeps car oil,anti freeze,cigarette butts,aluminum cans,plastic bottles ect? Sounds like the kind of stuff you want a fish to swim in even your family! [/quote]
Lovers of sand and sun no longer will have to troop to Coney Island or the Rockaways for a day at the beach.
The city will transform a desolate swath of land along the East River in lower Manhattan into a beautiful beach with sand, seating and waterfront views, the Daily News has learned.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer have set aside a total of $7 million for the groundbreaking project, which will be officially announced Thursday.
link to www.nydailynews.com
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