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  1. Tyler Trahan says:

    What a wonderfully thorough writeup and photo essay. I wasn’t keeping track of this project and the reopening was a pleasant surprise — almost as much as your return to blogging!

  2. Patton says:

    The construction of the Moynihan facility and purchase of the landmark Post Office by the State of New York should not be conflated with an ability of the state to re-designate the landmark which is the historic post office aka the The James A Farley Building. Only Congress can rename the landmark Post Office and and the landmarks sale does not grant the state authority to rename what congress has already name. It’s called the Supremacy clause in the Constitution, there is also a Postal Clause.

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