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I agree that Mid-town has become somewhat unnavigable, but having open-air spaces that are completely free of traffic is something that the city has been missing. We have been so concerned with getting from point A to Point B that we have forgotten that we live in the greatest city in the universe and we should be enjoying that fact. Living in Herald Square these days is better than it has ever been. We are becoming a community again. I don't see a problem with that. As for the emergency services debacle, I think that you are better off needing a cop or ambulance in Herald Square or Times Square, because there is no traffic to impede their getting to you.

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