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Comment from: Joep de Koning [Visitor] Email
"To bring attention to Governors Island" through a golf game with a New York City real estate developer is politically suspicious to say the least. This can be better understood when knowing that whatever is on www.NationalHeritageTriangle.com, as well as through various links, has not received a political response since 1997. You stated that "Thank goodness it's all for a worthy cause”. But if the politicians’ objective of promoting a golf game with Donald Trump is all for the good of the island, why do they reject, through nine years of silence, the island’s natural symbolism, its historic legacy and New York’s identity?
2006-10-22 @ 06:56

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