"Bettina Damiani of the advocacy group Good Jobs New York says Bronx residents tried to warn the city and the team that 9,000 parking spots weren't needed. "If only advocates and residents saying, 'I told you so,' would somehow make this go away," she said. "But the reality is officials and the Yankees refused to have anybody at the table on this decision.""
What a boondoggle. The EDC is among the worst offenders when it comes to larding unnecessary parking into city development projects.
The organization needs a change in philosophy on urban parking policy, yesterday.
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