With the five-year anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks just three months away, Brooklynites are still waiting for an explanation for the street closures around MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn that followed them.
The closures, made by the New
York Police Department and the Department of Transportation in
the interest of security, are marked by jersey barriers and about a
half dozen stationary patrol cars staffed 24 hours a day at key
intersections around the city’s 911 call center and Fire Department
headquarters, located at 9 and 11 MetroTech.
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