Congressman Higgins stands in front of his towering opponent while inner harbor development can be spotted in the background. The Skyway has stymied harbor development for years and now finally NYSDOT has agreed to look at alternatives to the concrete behemoth. Alternatives include South Park Ave since it’s $2.3 million improvements as well as Ohio Street, undergoing an $11 million transformation into a riverfront parkway, or a potential bridge connecting the inner and outer harbor. If Higgins succeeds the waterfront would be free from under the Skyway’s shadow allowing a more tourist-friendly waterfront.
Looks pretty weak(compared to Buffalo) but I can imagine it would have been pretty exciting for everyone out there who only sees snow when they go on a ski trip.
By the way So Cal, snow is soooo last season…. well it’s still winter but the East Coast is over it right now. Unfortunately as I type this I can see more snow coming down outside my apartment. Is there a snow rhyme like “Rain, rain, go away. Come again some other day. We want to go outside and play. Come again some other day”?
Bummed that I won’t be seeing Mike Napoli play games up here in the northeast. I guess he’ll have to wait for the inevitable trip to see Niagara Falls to have Tim Horton’s. Double bummed that I’ll be seeing him play regularly for division rivals Texas. We already suffered a year of this with Vladimir Guerrero. Now we gotta do it all over again with Naps.