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Summer 2007
Vol. 31 No. 02

Summer 2007

27 billion gallons of untreated wastewater—enough to cover the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island a foot deep. That’s what NYC’s flawed sewage system dumps into our waterways each year. Under legal pressure and facing enormous costs, the mayor’s PlaNYC seeks to reduce—but not eliminate—the spills. With the city’s population expected to grow to 9 million by 2030, is the Bloomberg administration charting a course for a greener, cleaner New York? Or is it just treading water?

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City Limits Magazine published a print edition reguarly from 1976 to 2012. With the acquisition of the Bronx News Network and the launch of the Brooklyn Bureau, City Limits ended its print issue to publish its news online.