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Inga Saffron Says

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"Selling a valuable public asset should be seen as a chance for the city to shape its destiny, but instead we're being asked to take the developers' promises on faith. The city has the power to ask for real public benefits: How about setting aside apartments for the working poor, to cushion the coming gentrification? How about guarantees that the park space won't be just clusters of shrubs? How about rethinking all that parking?" [Changing Skyline]