It’s hard to imagine a more disgusting vision of the future for our lovely bay than the incredibly ugly TV set floated out into the harbor shown in the illustration with your recent article about the port district’s new Seaport Village Master Plan (“Port plan aims to speed up projects on bay,” Oct. 11).
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It’s like Halloween has come early and someone said let’s think of a really awful, vulgar and contrary use of the waterfront entrusted to us by the public and force people to look at it in place of wonderful views of sun dappled water, graceful seabirds and bobbing sailboats.
Hard to imagine a more irresponsible vision of our city’s future harbor. Floating TVs! Don’t we have enough video screens already? Let’s reclaim our waterfront from this irresponsible and potentially irreparable nightmare.