A Viable New York City for Working Families

Friday, June 01, 2007

Panelists Nicole Gelinas, contributing editor to the Manhattan Institute's City Journal; Dan Cantor, executive director of the Working Families Party; Dennis Walcott, New York City deputy mayor for education and community development; and Andrea Batista Schlesinger, executive director of the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy; look what New York City can, and should, do to strengthen its middle class.


Dan Cantor, Nicole Gelinas, Andrea Batista Schlesinger and Dennis Walcott
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john kretschmer from upper west side

1. housing in outer boroughs is enviormentally more sound...but requires surburban planing cordinated with transportation and all related survices. Jobs and work would move to boroughs as needed.

Well designed it would challenge city living at a fraction of buildingin the city.

A more sound proposal is intigrated urban surban development on a 20 year plan.

Jun. 01 2007 11:24 AM

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