Village's waterfront makeover offers model for New York areas

A 10-year, $16 million effort to revive the waterfront in the village of Greenport, New York, serves as a model that New York City can use in its more dilapidated waterfront areas. The village's mayor is credited with the project's success by taking the unusual step of holding an international design competition for the waterfront park.

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