Burly Bruce Ratner has given Prospect Park the brush-off.
The controversial Atlantic Yards developer enlisted the help of 200 of his workers, polished up on the elbow grease and spent the best part of the morning into early afternoon targeting the emerald empire’s Tennis House and its surrounding areas for a clean-up as part of his “community day.”
Armed with brooms, trash bags and plenty of cheer, the grimebusters made short work of weeds, repainted gates and power-washed parts of the Tennis House.
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