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New York State transferred the new Brooklyn Bridge Park to New York City

A new Brooklyn Bridge Park Operating Entity, with a membership majority appointed by New York City, will become responsible for planning, construction, maintenance and operation of the 85-acre waterfront park. Piers 1 and 6, the first segments of the 1.7-mile park, are scheduled to open this spring.
http://www.nylcv.org/ecopoliticsdaily/20100311_state_transfers_brooklyn_bridge_park_to_nychttp://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/02/arts/design/02bridge.html?ref=nyregion

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