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Calls for Marine Transfer Station on Gansevoort Peninsula in Manhattan
 
Mayor Bloomberg, Council Speaker Quinn, State and City elected officials, environmentalists, environmental justice advocates and labor leaders today called on the State Assembly to pass legislation authorizing the construction and operation of a marine transfer station (MTS) to handle recyclable paper, metal, glass and plastic at Pier 52 on the Gansevoort Peninsula in Manhattan  

Mayor Bloomberg, Council Speaker Quinn, State and City elected officials, environmentalists, environmental justice advocates and labor leaders today called on the State Assembly to pass legislation authorizing the construction and operation of a marine transfer station (MTS) to handle recyclable paper, metal, glass and plastic at Pier 52 on the Gansevoort Peninsula in Manhattan
Mayor Bloomberg, Council Speaker Quinn, State and City elected officials, environmentalists, environmental justice advocates and labor leaders today called on the State Assembly to pass legislation authorizing the construction and operation of a marine transfer station (MTS) to handle recyclable paper, metal, glass and plastic at Pier 52 on the Gansevoort Peninsula in Manhattan
Mayor Bloomberg, Council Speaker Quinn, State and City elected officials, environmentalists, environmental justice advocates and labor leaders today called on the State Assembly to pass legislation authorizing the construction and operation of a marine transfer station (MTS) to handle recyclable paper, metal, glass and plastic at Pier 52 on the Gansevoort Peninsula in Manhattan
 

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