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my god , just like i remember it..what a gorgeous facility it was.
Truly worthy of being on the same list as Machu Picchu.
Did anyone see this week's letters in the Queens Tribune? Flushing's own Ben Haber has expressed support for demolishing the structure.
The man who has defended the park for so many years has moved into the same camp as the spineless politicos.
Well..... I don't think it rates on the same level with Machu Picchu....c-mon....it's clearly a great site but certainly not the same caliber !
Somebody surely did a lot to win friends and influence people on this one to get it world class listed !
However, it should be saved and restored as an important part of Queens' history and architecture !
How about landmark status ?
Yes.... it came as a bit of a surprise......but, then again, Ben Haber has always been primarily interested in the protection and preservation of the green spaces of FMCP not its structures !
The culprits are the NYC Department of Parks & Incompetents. One commissioner after another has neglected this landmark jewel. They should be charged as criminals with how they have left this magnificent structure crumble.
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