From a questionnaire sent to all Special Election candidates in Council District 30 by the League of Preservation Voters and the Historic Districts Council:
Q: WHAT IS THE WORST PART OF PLANYC 2030?
COMO: The worst part of PlaNYC 2030 is that it is a vast plan and therefore it is important to put in place on a step by step basis in order to ensure that it would work properly and does not lack emphasis.
CROWLEY: Calling for 20 acres of land in the Ridgewood Reservoir to be altered for recreational use is an example of how PlaNYC 2030 does not always take into account community needs.
OBER: The worst part of the plan is its emphasis on development before the infrastructure to support the development is in place and before we get the zoning laws corrected to protect the character of our neighborhoods and building codes are strictly enforced and before there is a comprehensive plan of historical preservation in place.
OGNIBENE: There are no provisions for neighborhood preservation, increased city services public health and education.
SURACI: Congestion pricing.
Como: lame answer
Crowley, Suraci: decent answers
Ober, Ognibene: best answers