The mayor joined city officials to tout part of his administration’s $20 billion investment into the city’s water system.
It’s all part of a new plan by the city’s Department of Environmental Protection in an effort to save 30 million gallons of water a day by 2018.
Getting rid of the debris was a major mission a month after Superstorm Sandy, and in Brooklyn on Wednesday, some of the debris was going up in smoke.
Open fire hydrants during summer heat waves are a part of New York City culture, but doing so without a spray cap is illegal and dangerous.
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