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Hearing all the acclaim for Bright Lights Windsor, I had bundled up like the Michelin Man to go see whether the month long spectacle, which wraps up Tuesday night, warrants its heady praise.

The answer, no surprise, is a resounding yes. I expressed concern, when the budget was halved following the post flood public outcry, that this would be a chintzy, rinky dink show that would impress only the youngest toddlers.

Now I understand why young couples chose the glittering light show in and around venerable Queen Elizabeth Gardens to pop the question. There more than a little big city magic in this production and that surely a relief in a city that still lugs around the most debilitating inferiority complex in all of Canada.

Events like this chip away at the city longstanding suspicion that it not up to snuff and shouldn overreach. will never work here has for decades been Windsor unofficial motto. It continues to be a screeching psychological brake on moving forward.

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Dilkens really stuck his neck out on this one. This light show was his baby and when the monsoons inundated thousands of homes in August, just a day after council narrow approval of spending $3 million on the event, it seemed the gods had conspired to deliver him to the guillotine.

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The bridge that crosses Newtown Creek and connects Greenpoint with Long Island City has been the subject of heavy discussion at recent meetings of Brooklyn’s Community Board 1 and Queens’ Community Board 2, namely concerning the lack of a separate bicycle lane on the bridge and the dangerous conditions that are created by forcing cyclists and walkers to share the existing walkway.

The 55 year old, six lane drawbridge has been getting a lot more use over the last ten years, as neighborhoods like Greenpoint, Williamsburg, and Long Island City are seeing enormous population booms. The fact that Long Island City is something of a transportation hub, with six subways and a Long Island Railroad station, means more Brooklyn residents are making their way to the neighborhood as part of their daily commute into Manhattan.

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A public hearing on the proposed changes to the Queens entrance to the bridge brought a number of Brooklynites to a recent Queens meeting asking CB2 to request further improvements to the bridge’s walkway, specifically asking for a separate bicycle lane. The board said that they would continue to work towards that end, but did not want to delay the upcoming construction at the intersection by modifying the plans.

“We don’t want to stop this proposal from being constructed over the next two months,” said CB2 Chairman Joe Conley at a March board meeting. “We are asking for growth into bicycle lanes in the future. We want there to be a long term outlook for the bridge.”

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“The use of the bridge has changed over the last few years,” said Toro. “The walkway is too crowded, and the roads on the bridge are not used as fully as other bridges over the Newtown Creek.”

She asked the board to request a pedestrian study of the bridge, and suggested that a possible solution would be converting one of its six traffic lanes into a bike lane.

She explained that the timing of the request couldn’t be better, considering the work that was being done on the Queens side of the bridge, and said that by asking for a larger study of the bridge, it could inspire the DOT to “to look at the bridge more holistically instead of seeing it as a Queens side and Brooklyn side.”

The board ultimately decided not to request that the DOT conduct a study of the bridge, reasoning that more information was needed before making a decision on such an important issue. Though the issue was defeated, based on the interest other board members took in the issue and the broad support for improvements to the bridge, it is likely to come up again at future meetings.

During the public comment section of the meeting, Moses Gates, from St. Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation Corporation, further urged support for the conversion of a traffic lane into a bike path.

“This is a plan with no drawbacks,” he said, adding that he had reached out to CB2, the LIC Industrial Business Zone, and local businesses on both sides of the bridge and would return to the board with more information on existing conditions.
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Their ordinance says such structures can be deemed an obstruction and be removed in accordance with state law.

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Fredrick says he was given five days to remove his creation, and when he wasn able to do that the county did it and billed him for the work.

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Fredrick says he is not as upset about the ordinance as he is that so far he seems to be the only one for whom it has been enforced.

Salay says the ordinance has to be universal, but he isn sure yet how the county will go about enforcing it.

will be up to my office and the county commissioners to determine, moving forward, mailboxes, certainly any new construction would conform to these standards existing mailboxes there are several ways we can approach that, said Salay.

The county engineer says the ordinance that Medina County passed closely mirrors ordinances already adopted in other counties.

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What do you make of the Olympic hockey so far?: After hearing that NHL players would not be allowed to play in the Olympics this year, I definitely was uninterested in the men’s hockey team. Luckily, John McCarthy, a Prep alum, was picked to play on the team and it has been fun to follow his journey. I have also watched a few of the women’s games, and it’s crazy to see how dominant they are. I’m thinking that they will beat Canada in overtime to win the gold.

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There are a lot of talented ex players on the coaching staff. Which one still has the best skills?: Coach (Kristian) Hanson has the best skills in practice. I’ve never seen someone find a 5 hole like he does, and I love it when he embarrasses our goalies. He still has some good speed and vision, too, when he fills in during line drills, and he’s one of the few guys that make me nervous when they’re coming down on me with the puck. I think he could lace them up and put up some big numbers without missing a beat.

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To someone who has never been in the Eagles’ hockey locker room, can you describe what that’s like?: We’re extremely lucky to have a team locker room to ourselves. Every player has their own locker donated by a Prep alum (The Kurker Family donated mine), and we have a nice custom stick rack where each player is assigned a spot. In the middle of the room we have a large rug with the Prep logo and our Hines Hat lays on it, which is given to the Player of the Game. The school just added some posters on the walls of past players who were drafted into the NHL like Bobby Carpenter and Colin Blackwell, and it’s always humbling to know that they wore the same sweater that I do. I’d say the most special part to our locker room is the dedicated locker to Derek Hines. We were lucky enough to be given Derek’s Army and Prep hockey helmets as well as his gloves and skates, and they sit as a reminder of what we play for every game.

Which of your teammates takes the most pride in the way he dresses away from the rink?: I’m torn I would say Matt Nardone and Tim Usalis take the most pride in how they dress. Matt is the most flashy dresser on the team; you can always find him checking himself out in the mirror. He wears his lucky Louis Vuitton belt on game day and although it’s a bit much, it works for him. Tim is definitely less flashy and doesn’t just take pride in how he dresses, but how the whole team dresses. He makes sure everyone has a tie on at school and sets the rules on what to wear. I got Uggs for Christmas, which I thought were fine to wear on game days. But Tim made it clear that I should never wear them again.

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What food can’t you live without?: Pasta. Back when I was in elementary school, the highlight of my week would be going to my grandma’s house to eat spaghetti and meatballs. I have pasta at least five times a week, and I’m always searching for it in the school cafeteria.

In your opinion, who’s the best athlete at St. John’s Prep?: Mike Yarin. Mike plays quarterback for the football team, and made the baseball team as a freshman. He’s just one of those guys that is naturally gifted and he could easily play basketball at the Prep, too. I love watching him play football and try to replicate his heart on the ice.

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