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Concrete Boardwalk Controversy Continues in Brooklyn

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Over the past year or so, NewsLinks has featured stories on the continuing debate over what is perhaps the most famous boardwalk in the U.s. - that of Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY. If you recall, large swaths of the wooden boardwalk were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. City officials decided to replace some of the affected sections of the boardwalk with concrete. Good news, right? Not so fast. Click here to read the latest.

Source: A May 19 posting by The Brooklyn Paper.

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