How does getting sued to the brim by irate New Yorkers and politicians sound?... as well as being denied building permits for as long as Bloomberg is in office, and outcompeted by Bloomberg's media company? A lot of annoyed New Yorkers have already called for Dolan's head. Keep this up, and Dolan's bound to find himself run out of town on the rush hour train.Hank Ratner, vice chairman of the Garden and Cablevision Systems Corp, when asked if there was any alternative the state or city could offer to persuade him to move, told reporters, "No, there is not. We are committed."
How about showing some consideration to train commuters in the renovation, for starters? That would add a lot of goodwill to Cablevision, something that company is sorely lacking.We can accomplish anything we want by renovating.
Hey bozos, have you ever heard of the folly of rewarding A while hoping for B?Staying put lets the Garden keep a property tax break that saves it $10 million to $12 million a year, a prize Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Speaker Christine Quinn want the state to eliminate if the arena agrees to move.