Saturday, April 21, 2007

Storm aftermath

And just think, last weekend we had a "weak" storm...not even a hurricane!

Storm Highlights Flooding Crisis

Hamilton Beach gets soaked

Sinkhole swallows boro yard

Nor'easter snarls air, rail transportation

We should definitely encourage the construction of more buildings in these areas.

Photo from Times Ledger


Anonymous said...

Yes, I am looking forward for a newpaper to have an in depth discussion on this.

Well, not really. For what they pay staff it just makes sense to reprint developer press releases.

The public doesn't know any better.

Anonymous said...

True....the builders write the "weak-lies" newspapers' articles!

They employ an underpaid staff merely to "front" for the developers!

Intelligence and investigative reporting is a thing of the past.....that's why "Queens Crap" exists to fill the gap!

Anonymous said...

At least once a century a hurricane hits NY and will flood the Rockaways, lower Manhattan, and the East River waterfront.

Several 100,000 will be displaced. Suna and his developer buddies will not be among them, but they will be at the front of the line for taxpayers' money to bail them out.