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I didn't ask him. I hope so. Well, now, let's see..
where are we here? Are you interested in what we've done to
improve Park Avenue?
I certainly am.
Have you noticed it's improved, I hope?
I have, yes. I'll be riding back that way tonight, so I'll
look at it.
Look carefully. I have to call them up to tell them
to cut the grass. They've let the grass go a little bit. But,
you know, for many years I planted 20 blocks on Park Avenue in
tulips and begonias, and I also largely paid for the cleaning
up of Park Avenue from 54th to 86th twice, which of course is
You mean the center.
Yes, the center strip. Because I don't live on Park
Avenue, and it's really stupid to do that.
But you see it as a thoroughfare of the world.
It's a thoroughfare of the city certainly, and it's the
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