From the NY Post:
Manhattan residents can breathe easier -- but not those in other boroughs.
Budget cuts mean the city will be delaying construction of three sanitation transfer stations in Manhattan, prompting politicians from the outer boroughs -- where much of the city's trash is handled -- to cry foul yesterday.
Jason Post, a spokesman for Mayor Bloomberg, blamed the five-year delays for construction at stations on East 91st Street, West 59th Street and the Gansevoort Terminal on the West Side of Manhattan on the budget. The administration also is delaying the Southwest Brooklyn Marine Transfer Station.