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Posted by  Paul Dremann on September 30, 2002 at 17:18:16:

In Reply to:  Re: Strategy & Tactics posted by Scratchy on September 30, 2002 at 16:44:25:

Thanks for your comments.

Perhaps today or next year is 'early' for resolution of 9-11 and this its aftermath wherin we struggle to not let such a dastardly deed scar our city. The 6 concepts presented so far lacked 'common appeal' and perhaps were done in haste. We must do much better than that while we have this chance. You point out the importance of improved citywide/regional transpotation to be part of the process. You are absolutely correct. It's like the NYC school system where Bloomberg appointed Klein, to employ a fresh approach to solving their problems. An office outside of the 'fray' may likewise be the way to solve the problem of re-building the WTC area. There is no big rush to choose a concept lacking in sensitivity to all areas of concern.

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