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GATE, OR NOT GATE TO WATERFRONT VISTA

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Community Board 10 members finalized their decision about the Pelham Bay Park waterfront redevelopment at their meeting Thursday, January 17, at Villa Barone Restaurant.

The decision to keep the plans as presented by the Parks Department, with the exception of the proposed entrance at the corner of Bayshore and Watt avenues, was suggested by the CB 10 Parks Committee at a meeting on January 3.

While CB 10 agreed with the decision, the final call must come from the Parks Department.

Updated 6:58 pm, October 10, 2011
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