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September 6, 2006

The Observer warns about AY delay; dailies tell us (duh) scaleback means little

Like, Atlantic Yards Report not only writes faster than we read, but Norman "The Mad Overkiller" Oder also gets it up right away.

Today's first post analyzed today's media coverage:

An online article in today's New York Observer, headlined In Big Slow Brooklyn Build, Is It Affordable Housing Last?, has some real news, while two daily stories tell us what the New York Times should've told us in a lead story yesterday: a six to eight percent cut in the Atlantic Yards plan means little.

Posted by lumi at September 6, 2006 10:56 AM