N.Y.C.’s Congestion Plan is Stopped- For Good

8 04 2008

Micheal R. Bloomberg, the mayor of N.Y.C., had a idea that would cost everyone entering the city $8 if they were entering south of 60th street.  The plan, although it might have been unpopular at first, would cut down on traffic and pollution, and the money might go toward repairing some of New York City’s roads.  If that weren’t enough, the plan would also make millions of federal funding available to the city.

Mr. Bloomberg was very disappointed with the Democrats’ decision to not even vote, and with the possibility of receiving around $854 million dollars a year to put toward cleaning up the city gone, so am I.




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