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November 17, 2005

Dispiriting debates: false premises (on eminent domain) and half-loaves (regarding the CBA)

Not everyone who closely follows the Atlantic Yards issue can stalk Dan Goldstein around town to every debate, that's why were glad to have TimesRatnerReporter, Norman Oder on the beat.

Oder posted a synopsis of two Atlantic Yards discussions, both held yesterday at local law schools, Fordham and Brooklyn Law. His comparison of the two forums:

It's difficult to have a debate, the forums suggested, when there are such fundamental differences, in one case over the facts of the project, in another over the appropriate posture toward a powerful developer.

Posted by lumi at November 17, 2005 9:59 PM