Lou Reed, Roger Sterling and other celebs fighting to keep their neighborhood from becoming Garbage City have an update from the frontlines. Curbed notes that they are asking other neighborhoods to take some trash so they aren't stuck with the Department of Sanitation's proposed facility at Spring and Washington Streets. They say, "We have now been asked to reach out to our neighbors uptown to take their fair share of sanitation facilities... We have made some early progress involving Community Boards 4, 5 and 7 in these conversations." Surely there are some A-listers in Hell's Kitchen, the Upper West Side and this huge chunk of Manhattan that will make a stink about this.
SoHo Celebs Want Garbage All Over The City
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