(Image: Mill Pond Park in the Bronx on the Harlem River@149th Street)
On Monday, the Bloomberg administration unveiled the most ambitious plan in city history to reclaim our waterfront. From purchasing parcels of waterfront land that have blocked newyorkers from accessing the water to building and resorting parks the plan isn't without controversy. Many critics argue that if there's money for this $3.3 billion plan then there should be money for our schools and other services threatened by budget cuts.
What do you think, my fellow newyorkers?