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Penn Questions and Criticism Continues

Editorials and commentators are continuing to question Governor Hochul’s proposed real estate deal surrounding Penn Station and asking for answers to its questionable financing.

Author and former Landmarks Preservation Commission member Roberta Gratz denounced the plan in a Monday column, crediting the Conservancy for pointing out how little of the unknown revenues generated by developing giant towers around Penn would go to any improvements in the Station.

The Newsday editorial echoed numerous prior demands that the Governor give details of the financing scheme.

Despite the growing public criticisms and concerns, the Governor has yet to respond.

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