Lower Manhattan's construction-oversight board faces uncertain future

05/30/2008 | New York Sun, The

A public agency charged with overseeing more than $20 billion in construction projects around the World Trade Center site may be disbanded for lack of state funding. Nearby residents are worried about increased traffic and pollution, as well as the possibility of more construction accidents, if the Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center is forced to shut down. The center is responsible for a new rail station, transit hub and 75-story commercial high-rise, among other projects.

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