Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Mayor To Name Development Tsar To Oversee Downtown Brooklyn


Engine Joe said...

Personally, while I am almost always an advocate of community oversight of neighborhood redevelopment, there is so much to be done (and so much potential) in downtown Brooklyn that I thnk it could only benefit from centralized vision (vs. a more scattered approach). Hopefully that vision is competent.

guyfromdobro said...

If it helps projects move along a little faster, I'm all for it. I do agree that a centralized approach is more effecient in the long run. Less finger pointing most likely. Or at least, one person to point the finger at if this go as planned.