Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Bklink: Water World

Soon, it will be time for an entire new round of stories about how screwed we will all be when a major hurricane hits New York City. (Yes, we said when, not if.) In the meantime, anyone that wants to read how generally screwed Brooklyn and various parts of the city will be in general in future years, should definitely catch up on their reading. Activists in low-lying parts of the borough like Gowanus can take heart, we suppose, that most new developments like the Toll Brothers project and Whole Foods face a very grim future in the long run.--City Limits via Brownstoner

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

It doesn't even matter if we get a big storm here in Gowanus. With developments like Toll, ee will be knee deep in it just form our own storm and sewage runoff.
It's not jut rain and storms that cause the floding, it's all the biuldings and more buildings.

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