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A Better Vision for New York

By Ira Harris

While traveling through upstate New York over the Labor Day weekend, I encountered many desolate towns just aching for business and industry to exist there. Once thriving towns, in decline for decades, with infrastructure still standing, they are now boarded up and idle ghost towns.

From smaller towns to larger cities in upstate New York, the potential for industry and a better way of living can be achieved with the right vision. New York has been accustomed to packing more people into the crowded Five Boro cityscape like sardines, always with progressive politicians pushing for more low-income housing.  

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