The tenants of 140 Cadman Plaza West take their fight against clatter of the Brooklyn Bridge renovation work that’s been keeping them awake for months to the pages of Metro.
Earlier this month, a group calling themselves the 140 CPW Peace & Quiet Committee held a press conference to shed light on their issue.
Metro: The DOT said the project is currently scheduled to complete next spring, but Gautier and other residents are skeptical.
Officials were unable to provide an estimated completion for the project during a DOT Working Group meeting last month, said Gautier, who serves as a representative on the group.
“It’s like a case of two versions of reality,” he said.
Gautier is hoping the issue will gain traction from Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio, whose efforts focused citywide attention on nearby Long Island College Hospital’s financial difficulties.
“We’re hoping the new mayor, the new administration, will be able to put themselves in our beds,” he said.