Hilariously, everybody in the neighborhood is all like, "seriously?"
"How is it going to help me?" said Dvorah Eidelman, 41, a mother of eight who lives on Malbone St., which intersects with Clove Road. "It's going to be a mess. My children are young and they're going to run around. It could be dangerous."
"The street looks like a Third World country," said Solomon Neubort, 42, a lawyer on Malbone St. "You may be imposing a great burden on residents of the streets without much of a payback."
But a local architect-qua-history buff issues a smackdown: "Somewhere near here was a battle or event that is not being properly commemorated," he said. "We're trying to reconstruct history." Boo-ya! Won't somebody think of the commemorations?
[via Hawthorne Street]