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But whether I'll get that or not, I don't know. I want the entrances
to New York to be planted, the highway entrances, Major Deegan Expressway
and the Harlem River Highway planted, because they're shameful now.
But I don't know that I'll get any place with this. I have to meet
Mr. Weisl first. Weisl is the new park man.
He's the new Park Commissioner.
And you don't know him.
No, but I knew his father, and he's a, Denocrat, so I don't
foresee that he's going to be very -- I don't know how much money
will be put into it, but --
-- but at least he'll be sympathetic to your plan.
Let's hope. But it's very difficult. Don't you think
it would be nice to plant the city for the --?
I think it would be great. I think it would be wonderful --
-- 200th anniversary --
Everything you've done in this area has improved the city.
Yes, but on such a small scale. It's all, you know, so small.
It ought to be all Comprehensively done, the way Paris is done. Don't you think so?
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