Found August 01, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
New York City's Committee on Land Use voted to extend Madison Square Garden Company's permit to operate the arena by just 10 years last week setting the stage perhaps for the "World's Most Famous Arena" to be the site formerly known as the World's Most Famous Arena. That is right, Madison Square Garden may face the bulldozers because of the city's plans to renovate Penn Station and, perhaps, correct the decision that paved the way for the current Madison Square Garden and the demolition of the old Penn Station. To say the least, the Knicks and MSG tried to pull out all the stops to try and reverse the council's decision to no avail. Of course, 10 years is a long time from now too. But the clock is ticking for the Knicks to figure out a way to save the quote-unquote Mecca of Basketball. No amount of spending will save them. . .  Or maybe it will. It is politics after all. And 10 years is a lot of time for the Knicks, and the massive b...
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