Another article on Pier 40, this time in the New York Times. Definitely can't make it & will be submitting what I said the other day by email, but boy, I'm almost starting to wish I could go just to see how exciting it gets. This sounds like one of those public meetings where there's potential for some fur to fly.
Unfortunately, while meetings that devolve into fracases or grandstanding can be more entertaining than the more Roberts-Rules abiding sorts, they also tend to be less productive than the quieter kind. Hope things stay orderly enough for opinions to be heard properly.