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Folder# 624
Word's Fair: Post-Fair
Development
1964
MEMORANDUM
NEW YORK WORLD.S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPO
To: MR. ROBERT MOSES
Fr!OM; JOHN v. THORNTON
SUBJECT· USE OF FAIR SURPLUS
Under Article 15 of the existing lease between the Fair
Corporation and the City, the Fair Corporation is obliged "within
four months after the close of the Fair" to demolish and remove all
buildings, structures, pavement and other facilities not useful for
park purposes as certified by the Park Commissioner, and either
"restore the premises to a condition satisfactory to" the Park
Commissioner or, if directed by the Park Commissioner, to "restore
the demised premises to the condition in which they were upon the
date of execution of" the lease, such date being May 27, 1960.
Article 16 of the lease, entitled, "Remaining Net Revenues",
provides that "All net revenue" remaining to the credit of the Fair
Corporation after the discharge of all of its obligations under the
lease "shall be paid to the City and shall be used for the restoration
and improvement of Flushing Meadow Park, and the balance of such
revenue remaining thereafter shall be used by the City of New York
for educational purposes" (emphasis supplied).
This lease was authorized by State legislation and thereafter
confirmed by State legislation.
It is apparent, therefore, that, under the lease as it now
exists, there is an obligation to use the net revenue from the Fair
for "improvement of Flushing Meadow Park". While no set amount
of net revenue is specified to be used for "improvement" of the Park,
the reasonable interpretation is that the bulk of the net revenues were
to be so used since the lease refers only to "the balance, • , remain-
ing thereafter" as usable for educational purposes.
Thus, pursuant to the lease and the legislation action authorizinCJ
and confirming it, the bulk of the net revenues from the Fair is intendea
to constitute capital funds for improvement of Flushing Meadow Park
and only "the balance" can be used by- the City in its discretion as
capital funds or expense monies. Even this ''balance", of course, has
to go for educational purposes either as capital projects or expense
items in the educational budget.
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
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WORLD'S FAIR, N.Y. 11380 AREA CODE 212- WF 4-1964
March 5, 1964
BY HAND
Hon. Paul R. Screvane
President of the City Council
Council Chambers
City Hall
New York, New York 10007
Dear Paul:
CABLE WORLDSFAIR
ROBERT MOSES
PRESID[NT
I understand that among other objections to the post-Fair pro-
gram made by Abe Beame at a recent meeting of the Board of Estimate
was the statement that the benefits to the City, especially in the form of
sales tax additions due to the Fair, should be discounted because of the
fact that they would not go on forever. This is certainly the most grotesque
objection I have ever heard. The fact is that the Fair may bring to the City
during the two years of its operation an amount estimated at $200, 000, 000
in the form of sales tax additions. This is something the City could not
normally have counted on and which could only, in any event, be the result
of superior planning and management in the Fair and an enormous public
attendance.
Let me point out also that Beame does not seem to acknowledge
that the $24, 000, 000 advanced by the City for permanent improvements is
all coming back and is available for whatever purpose the City may have in
mind. I gather that Beame wants to translate this into expense budget money
which seems to me to be extremely bad policy, but that is up to the City ad-
ministration.
Beame never seems to have understood that under the existing
agreement the first obligation of the Fair ahead of the $24, 000,000 advanced by
the City, is the restoration of the Park area, and that the Fair is primarily
responsible for interpreting this part of the agreement, which brings us straight
into the problem not only of demolition, salvage, restoration, etc., but of com-
pletion of the Park.
No money can possibly be available for education until the res-
toration matter is fully disposed of. Beame has stated that the City will
be obligated to have the Fair complete the Park by the pending legisla-
tion. This is not a fact. This legislation is simply permissive, and in
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the end the details of Park completion will require step by step the approval
of the City. It is of course conceivable - although I hope this would not
prove to be the case- that the City might not at the time wish to proceed
with any park development east of Main Street, that is beyond the Zoological
and Botanical Garden.
Finally, if the advance sale of tickets proves to be a reliable
picture of attendance, there might be a continuation of prudent management
by a considerable sum left over beyond anything required for the completion
of the Park.
The alternative, as I have indicated, based on my own experience
after World's Fair One and other experience, indicates that there will be a
mess for years in the Flushing Meadow area unless a constructive program
is agreed upon promptly.
Cordially,
President
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INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT F'L.USHING MEADOW PARK
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March 5, 1964
Mr. Bradford N. Clark
Commissioner
Department of Public Works·
City of New York ...
1800 Building
New York 7,-N. Y.
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Thanks for your letter of February 5th on the Flushing River
dredging.
Our post-Fair plan does not contemplate the filling in o{the
river south of Roosevelt Avenue. It would require very expensive storm
sewer construction.
Some dredging south of Roosevelt Avenue will be necessary. If
the mud flat is dug to 2 feet below mean low water, with the material
placed on the adjacent bank and covered over with one foot of good
material, it can be done for about $125, 000. I believe the Budget
Director would approve this.
May I urge that a quick report be made on this basis with a
request to the Board of Estimate for authority to award the work without
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THE
DEPARTMENT OF
MUNICIPAL. SUIL.OING
COMMISGIONER
BAAD,ORO N, CLARK 1 p .Eo
DEPUTY COMMI&SION&:R9
MEViiR F. WU ..Eli, P. E.
JO!if:PH M, GIBLIN
l·!r. Robert Noses, Preaident
Now York t e Fair 1964-1965
Flushing Palk
Flll3hing 52, N. Y.
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PUBLIC WORKS
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ADDRUe ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE Dll,.AATMCNT
IN REI'I..V ""'"' TO
P:·r 193 - Flu!jhi.ng I'J. ·rer -
Dredging Outoidc of Chnr...nol
Corporation
Ro!eronco is made to your letter or December 20, 1963 which urged
tho reinstatement of tho above
The Director ot the BudGet, by letter of Novrunber 8
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rccooJnr.mdad that tho Department l>Jithdrm.,. ito requeat for approval ot
projeot for the reason thst the area of tho River south of
Roosevelt Avenue Bridge will be tilled in at some future date.
Thio area is referred to in a report of the Budget Director (Calendar
27, September 26, 1963 Board of Est:izate on a coml<tunica.tion
dated Hay 23, 1963 £rom the Presidc."lt, Boroueh ot Quacns, raquesting
approval ot Hap No. 4236 which r;hol..r;3 a chance in the street system
the lnyaut of three (3) p.:.t.rk additions to Hcadow
Park. Tho report refers to portion of the River (Parcel 2) • south
ot tho Roosevelt Avenue Bridge in thG following terms:
"It is noted that the futu1•e acquisition of this parcel wlll consolidate
the City's ownership of a.ll tb upland adjacent· to tha portion ot tho
Hivcr involved and thus provide !or t.he .fil.l.ing in of this
accti on or tm stream since thio por'.:.ion not 'bo needed tor
navigatl.on."
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Drod{:ing Outsido of Channel Fobru!U7 5
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Under tho o.bovo cirCUl:l:ltcncoo wo could not obt:Un appl•oval of the
cont1•a.ct in its original form. HoYovor, b;r d9lot:1ne ths
Wol•k south of Roosevelt Avonuo Brideo, tho aa· co arJ.Cndod
'Will bo a.pprovod by tho Budget D.lrcctor. '.t'ho Dopo.rtm¢-l;t; ho.o
aooordinelY amended the or1gi."'lol contract Elnd we expect to ailvort1se
for bida 1n the imedia.te futuro. '
Mr. J.P. Groenendyke, Jr.
New lork World's Fair
52, New York
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ABRAHAM D.BEAME
COMPTROLLER
THE CITY OF NEW YORK
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
MUNICIPAL BUILDING
NEW YORt< 7, N.Y.
Honorable Paul R. Screvane, President
The City Council
City Hall
New York, 7, N. Y. Re. A.I. 5229
Dear Mr. President:
I am taking this means of registering my strong
objections to legislation to amend the law covering the
City's agreement for the World's Fair of 1 9 6 ~ - 1 9 6 5 , which
would affect the use of the surplus funds remaining upon
the termination of the world
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The present law provides that any surplus remaining,
after payment of obligations to bondholders, shall be turned
over to the City and used for the restoration and improve-
ment of Flushing Meadow Park, and that the balance shall be
used for educational purposes. The term 'surplus', as under-
stood by the City and the World's Fair Corporation, has
always meant the money remaining after the City is reimbursed
for the $24 million spent for construction work at the Fair.
The proposed amendment would permit the City to
grant a two-year extension to the World's Fair Corporation
and further extension if deemed advisable, and would permit
the City to contract with the World's Fair Corporation to
improve Flushing Meadow Park, as well as a chain of other
parks, before any of the surplus can be used for education
purposes.
My opposition is based upon the following points:
1. This legislation carries the clear implication
that we would be considering parks more urgent than school needs.
This is a most unrealistic approach at a time when schools are a
focal point of the greatest social unrest in the history of the
City, State and Nation -- an upheaval which is taking on the
weight of a social revolution.
As a matter of fact, the legislation would give the
World's Fair Corporation a blank check for using any surplus for
parks. It does not limit the amount of surplus which can be
spent for parks, and it is possible that nothing at all could
be left for schools.
Paul H. Screvane, President
The City Council
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March 12, 1964
2. The proposed measure also implies that the City
would consider transferring the responsibility ror park
development from municipal officials, who must answer to the
people for their actions, to the executives of a non-public
corporation. There is no valid reason for this transfer, nor
for the fact that it would create a costly duplication of
administrative effort.
The World's Fair Corporation would be given the author-
ity to develop parks, without the control and supervision we
exercise over our own Park Department. This seems to be a
strange way of by-passing our Park Commissioner and turning
over the proposed development to a sort of super-Park Department,
or a quasi-authority.
3. Under this legislation, contracts could be awarded
without public letting by the World's Fair Corporation, without
approval of the Board of Estimate, and without a public hearing
as now required. It thus circumvents the requirement of approv-
al by elected officials, who are directly resronsible to the
people.
4. As further evidence that the World's Fair Corpor-
ation wants no interference or supervision, there is no require-
ment that the Corporation should be subject to audit by the
City Comptroller's office.
I want to make it clear that I do not, in any way,
object to any logical plan for park improvements. During my
18 years as Assistant Director and Director of the Budget, and
Comptroller, I recommended to the Board of Estimate, and
supported, the development of hundreds of parks and recreation
areas.
My present objection is to the method suggested for
carrying out these park improvements. There can be no question
of the value of a zoo, museums and park improvements in Queens,
but I question very seriously the wisdom of using funds which could
be used for our most pressing problem -- schools.
The park, zoo and museum projects can certainly be
carried out in the usual way, with capital funds, when approved
by the City, instead of diverting money which is sorely needed
in many areas for the improvement of our school system.
.Honorable Paul R.Screvane,President
;.lfhe City Council -page three- March 12, 1964-
I can certainly see the purpose of extending the
life of the Wonld's Fair Corporation to complete the restor-
ation of Flushing Meadow Park. But I have heard no cogent
reasons for permitting the Corporation to carry out a purpose
which was not even remotely contemplated when it was formed.
Therefore, I urge you to take all possible steps to
defeat this proposal as an impractical unjustified attempt
by the World's Fair dorporation to continue itself after its
real purpose is ended, at the expense of
educational improvements.
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
WORLD'S rAIR, N.Y. 11380 AREA CODE 212- Wr 4-1964
July 13, 1964
Honoratle Paul R. Screvane
President of the City Cmmcil
Council Chambers
City Hall
New York, New York 10007
Dear Paul:
CABLE WORLDSFAIR
ROBERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
Attached is Post-Fair progress report.
You will note that I have labelled the corridor east of
Main Street as an alternate not immediate objective.
We will make some preliminary plans especially as to
crossings, but not consider this a Fair obligation to be
paid for out of possible balances.
RM:amh
Attachment
Cordially,
President
FLUSHING MEADOW
AND BEYOND
POST WORLD'S FAIR PROGRAM
PROGRESS REPORT
JULY 14, 1964
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PROGRESS REPORT
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INTRODUCfORY STATEMENT
The Fair is a two-year universicy, a place of Olympic competition, a
of religion, culture; science and amusement, and an avenue to world peace. Such ·
an enterprise requires elaborateforethousht and sound financing to pay its billst but
. . beyond paying all debts ·and meeting all obligations, the Fair ·should end with. a
surplus large enough not merely to remove temporary structures, fill up hqles and ..
make surface restorations, all that was done after the 1939·1940 Fair, but to pro-
vide. in the process the finest park corridor in the very heart of the City. We are
·bending every effort to insure a balance sufficient to accomplish this ultimate objective
which bas been generally described before in a previous report issued on January 20;
1964 and is illustrated in greater detail in the following pages.
An enabling act was adopted by the State Legislature and signed by the .
Governor at the instance of Mayor Wagner to enable the City to take advantage of
the Fair personnel, to insure complete restoration and improvement of the Fair area
and the Corridor beyond .. There is no other way to do this work logically, econom- .
. ically, speedily, and satisfactorily except through the staff which built the Fair
·is responsible for restoration.
I have before and repeat here;'Converting a pageant htto a park is nOt
like composing bars of music, one following another. The stanzaS of demolition, sai- .. · ·
vage, dirt moving, restoration, and construction overlap.''
ROBERT MOSES
Pfe.ritlent
FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR I964-1965
KISSENA PARK
ADJACENT TO KISSENA
GOLF COURSE
KISSENA CO:
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KISSENA CORRIDOR PARK
WITH QUEENS ZOOLOGICAL AND
BOTANICAL GARDENS SITE
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1964
UTILITIES, PAVING, ETC.
·ARENA MODIFICATION
CITY BUILDING MODIFICATION
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NEW PARK BUILDINGS
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BRIDGES
PLANTING
KISSENA PARK 1964
UTILITIES, GRADING, PAVING, ETC.
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Robert Moeea, who hu accuaed me of makifta "an iD&ccurete aulyeil
ot aurplua ftmda" from tbe World'• Fair, hu evkieDdy •ttled for a hJably-IDaccurate
readtng t1 the State law whlcll clearly deftnea tbe atatua ot then aurplu1 lunda.
Tbe law atatea, unequivocally, that all aurplua fUDda remabdaa after
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repayment of bond holden and reatoratJon of Fluahmg Meadow Park, ••ahall he t.IHd
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a., the Clty ot New York for educadoaal purposes. " Upon a re-readtas of the law,
Mr. M011ea muat concede that:
1. He Ia wroas tn atatlal that "the money wlll be earned by the World• a
Patr and t.a not City money." It :la City money, according to State Law.
2 2. By urging a chaup in tbat law to enable the use of aut.tatally all ol
thla money for park development, rather than for educatloaal purpoeea, he takea the
position that parka are more important to the people of the City than achool8.
Mr. Moea aJao etatea tbat the II.D'plua money, which tbe State law deer ..
llhould be used for purpo808, Ia a .. one ·shot operadoa. " 'I'hat, u be ... It,
mak88 It aomewhat the leu useful to our schools.
That Is a specious argument. I need cmly polllt out a few of die cntleallf·
aeedad "cme-smt" expenditUl'es which could be applied to scbDola with n.uka wldch
wnl be appreciated for many yean by our children, their teachen ad dHdr ,.,....
Such "me-abot" money could be uaed to repair a leaky root, ad ...-11:
weatber·ttpt for many years.
It could be uaed tor replacing old md worn-out text.booka; ad tor purdll ..
10rely needed new books, helping many cluaes for many yeara.
k could be UMd fell' weatheratrlpplng. repairiDI wladrnr1, repa!rb1c
ltprtns or plumbtaa. or ay cxber ct a boat of "one-allot" ttem. tbat are unJmponam
oalf at tbe mmfon, helltb. allety and educatioa of our chlldra are uaimpol'tlllt.
Furthermore. the arr.un-nt/ that a one -&hot income Ia DOt a &OCJd tacome
Ia fallac-... It falll before the fact that all the IDcreued tu revenues wblc:h the
City expects u a reauh ot tbe World's Fair-*and which Mr. Molea atreale8-·are,
lD eaaeoce. "one-lhot" revenues. After the Fair, we wlU have them ao Joapr.
Doee dll8 mean that we sbouJd not wwe the revenuea from tbe World' a Pair for vital
ctcy HrYlcea?
Mr. Moaee alao takes laaue with my atatemellt tbat the amadmlnt would
triD8fer "reapoaalb.Ulty for park developrre Dt from lll\IDJclpal offidall, wbo m•
auwer to the people for their acdonl, to the execw:tvea of a DOD-pub.Uc corpor.-.
Tbere Ill no valid reuon for thta transfer, nor for the fact that it would create a
coady duplicadon of admlniatrative effort. "
I must str•• the fact that the proposed park development would he
aupervilled by tbe World'• Pair Corporation, In wblch aome hl.gbly-patd ldmlalatrlldre
help recebe aalariea areater than tbat of ot.ar o• Commteabler ot Parka.
Mr. Moaes a1ao objects to th1a statement I made: "Tbe Worlcl'a Pair
Corporadoll would be given the astb.ortty to develop parka, widlotlt tbe f»>ltNlaad
aupervilltOil we exerclae over our own Park Department. Th1a aeema to a. a •••
way ot by-p••ms our .Part Commlaatoner am tum.tng CRer tbe pi'CIJ'<*d ... ..,_.
to a aort rt auper -park Department. "
Mr. Moaea lnailta that In the park prop-am be naualt1811, "lOt ..
nickel • • • could be apent without the approval d. the pentna bodJ CJI die aay ...
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REPER INQUIRIES TO:
Peter McDonnell - WF
Jerome Edelberg - WF
Joyce Martin - WF
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ROBERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
March 12, 1964
STATEMENT OF ROBERT MOSES IN ANSWER TO A LETTER
RELEASED BY COMPTROLLER BEAME
I have read Comptroller Beamers statement regarding the
Post-Fair Flushing Meadow and related park improvements. I don•t
want to quibble. But the Comptroller begins by making an inaccurate
analysis of surplus funds. The facts are perfectly simple. Under
the present agreement bank loans must be repaid first. We have
just made such a repayment far in advance of any expectation. Next
come our obligations to our noteholders. Then comes restoration.
Then comes the $24,000,000 advanced by the City for construction.
Then comes the balance for the comEletion or the park, and finally
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The legislation proposed is merely permissive. It would
enable the Fair, if there is sufficient surplus, to combine demo•
lition, salvage, cutting and filling and many other engineering
obJectives with park completion. If these objectives are not
pursued together, an enormous amount of confusion will result.
In fact it would be almost impossible to pursue this work econom-
ically and in a reasonable time otherwise than under the auspices
of those who built the Fair and are in close touch with the ex-
hibitors, foreign and domestic. I speak in this instance as a
City Park Commissioner who prepared the grounds and had charge or
the basic improvements for the 1939-1940 World's Fair and then
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inherited the Fair grounds afterward. There was never enough money
left to complete the park and the result was that we left an area
which was a reproach to the City and of little use for recreation
purposes.
The Comptroller says that it is proposed to give the World's
Fair Corporation a blank check. There is not a nickel of surplus
beyond the obligations above-mentioned which could be used by the
Fair excepting with the full approval of the appropriate City
authorities.
The Comptroller's statement that this legislation implies that
parks are more important than schools is sheer nonsense. What he
proposes is to use as much of the surplus as he oan get for current
expense budget school needs. This is a one-shot operation. Once
spent the money is and it is good for only a year.
The Comptroller says responsibility for park development is
being given the executives of a non-profit corporation. The fact
is that there is no other conceivable way of getting the work
and the executives in question are all people of reputation upon
whom the Comptroller seems to depend to earn the surplus which will
not exist unless they earn it. When he speaks of a costly duplica-
tion of administrative effort he is again talking nonsense. The
purpose of this arrangement is to avoid duplication. The
Comptroller's statement that parks would be developed without the
supervision of the City Park Department is false. Not one nickel
beyond restoration could be spent without the approval of the
governing body of the City and the City Park Department, City
Planning Commission, etc. The Comptroller refers to the letting
of contracts without public bidding, not mentioning the fact that
the money will be earned by the World's Fair and is not City money.
He says there would be no audit by the City Comptroller's
office. The simplest thing in the world is to require audit as
part of the agreement between the Fair and the City and to write
this into the agreement. There would be no objection to this,
The • implication that there would be other funds
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available to finish Flushing Meadow Park is sheer nonsense. This
is not the tact. That was the story in 1940 and nothing came of it.
The Comptroller does not mention the tact that the City will,
not only receive enormous benefits from those attending the Fair
and from the Fair itself and the goodwill of visitors, but will
also receive a very large and unexpected sum in taxes, notably in
the case or the sales tax. It has been estimated that the City
Will receive close to $200,000
1
000 additional money through sales
tax collections due to purchases by visitors to the Fair.
What intrigues me the most is the Comptroller's avoidance of
the one thing whioh I would think he would be glad as a matter of
simple justice to mention - namely, that this Fair, which he and
a number or others in the financial world prophesied would never
get off the ground, has already made advance sales of tickets
aggregating over $ 3 5 ~ 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 , that no such record has ever been
made in the case of any other Fair or any other similar show or
entertainment and that the only way or earning a huge surplus is
by the most prudent and able management. I think it would be
smart for the Comptroller to give some attention to these factors
rather than to spend time dividing up surpluses which do not as
yet exist.
I would hardly go so far as to expect Comptroller Beame to
devote very much time to congratulating the Fair on the progress
which has been made or to express gratitude on this score, but I
think he might refrain from attacking the Fair as though it were
some alien, unofficial promotion incapable of serving the best
interests of the City.
ROBERT MOSES
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Related Interests


'.;
Robert Moeea, who hu accuaed me of makifta "an iD&ccurete aulyeil
ot aurplua ftmda" from tbe World'• Fair, hu evkieDdy •ttled for a hJably-IDaccurate
readtng t1 the State law whlcll clearly deftnea tbe atatua ot then aurplu1 lunda.
Tbe law atatea, unequivocally, that all aurplua fUDda remabdaa after
( ( .J .,, ,. ' I 4- I . /.
repayment of bond holden and reatoratJon of Fluahmg Meadow Park, ••ahall he t.IHd
............. .,4,_..----
a., the Clty ot New York for educadoaal purposes. " Upon a re-readtas of the law,
Mr. M011ea muat concede that:
1. He Ia wroas tn atatlal that "the money wlll be earned by the World• a
Patr and t.a not City money." It :la City money, according to State Law.
2 2. By urging a chaup in tbat law to enable the use of aut.tatally all ol
thla money for park development, rather than for educatloaal purpoeea, he takea the
position that parka are more important to the people of the City than achool8.
Mr. Moea aJao etatea tbat the II.D'plua money, which tbe State law deer ..
llhould be used for purpo808, Ia a .. one ·shot operadoa. " 'I'hat, u be ... It,
mak88 It aomewhat the leu useful to our schools.
That Is a specious argument. I need cmly polllt out a few of die cntleallf·
aeedad "cme-smt" expenditUl'es which could be applied to scbDola with n.uka wldch
wnl be appreciated for many yean by our children, their teachen ad dHdr ,.,....
Such "me-abot" money could be uaed to repair a leaky root, ad ...-11:
weatber·ttpt for many years.
It could be uaed tor replacing old md worn-out text.booka; ad tor purdll ..
10rely needed new books, helping many cluaes for many yeara.
k could be UMd fell' weatheratrlpplng. repairiDI wladrnr1, repa!rb1c
ltprtns or plumbtaa. or ay cxber ct a boat of "one-allot" ttem. tbat are unJmponam
oalf at tbe mmfon, helltb. allety and educatioa of our chlldra are uaimpol'tlllt.
Furthermore. the arr.un-nt/ that a one -&hot income Ia DOt a &OCJd tacome
Ia fallac-... It falll before the fact that all the IDcreued tu revenues wblc:h the
City expects u a reauh ot tbe World's Fair-*and which Mr. Molea atreale8-·are,
lD eaaeoce. "one-lhot" revenues. After the Fair, we wlU have them ao Joapr.
Doee dll8 mean that we sbouJd not wwe the revenuea from tbe World' a Pair for vital
ctcy HrYlcea?
Mr. Moaee alao takes laaue with my atatemellt tbat the amadmlnt would
triD8fer "reapoaalb.Ulty for park developrre Dt from lll\IDJclpal offidall, wbo m•
auwer to the people for their acdonl, to the execw:tvea of a DOD-pub.Uc corpor.-.
Tbere Ill no valid reuon for thta transfer, nor for the fact that it would create a
coady duplicadon of admlniatrative effort. "
I must str•• the fact that the proposed park development would he
aupervilled by tbe World'• Pair Corporation, In wblch aome hl.gbly-patd ldmlalatrlldre
help recebe aalariea areater than tbat of ot.ar o• Commteabler ot Parka.
Mr. Moaes a1ao objects to th1a statement I made: "Tbe Worlcl'a Pair
Corporadoll would be given the astb.ortty to develop parka, widlotlt tbe f»>ltNlaad
aupervilltOil we exerclae over our own Park Department. Th1a aeema to a. a •••
way ot by-p••ms our .Part Commlaatoner am tum.tng CRer tbe pi'CIJ'<*d ... ..,_.
to a aort rt auper -park Department. "
Mr. Moaea lnailta that In the park prop-am be naualt1811, "lOt ..
nickel • • • could be apent without the approval d. the pentna bodJ CJI die aay ...
tbe City Part Department. • • • ~ "
,. ........ qu&W.... 11ae .. , ..,. .. ............... .

•••-•"ftllld welD a. pvea by die ..... fit Bldmar. lid Putt Ctu•••••
,..... a. tor ...,..._al et ,._lllfon • Alter a pt1 ..... war.
-. weul4 be ao City coatrol.
TIWI the.pt eccunm me; If Mr. Moles were Part ea. ........ I
-.. coacetve of Ide ICC.tlpdrla IUdJ a propoglae he now allen.
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52, N.Y. • TELEPHONE· AREA CODE 212.WF 4·1964 • CABLE ADDRESS "WORLOSFAIR"
1'H"0UOH
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NEWS:
REPER INQUIRIES TO:
Peter McDonnell - WF
Jerome Edelberg - WF
Joyce Martin - WF
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ROBERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
March 12, 1964
STATEMENT OF ROBERT MOSES IN ANSWER TO A LETTER
RELEASED BY COMPTROLLER BEAME
I have read Comptroller Beamers statement regarding the
Post-Fair Flushing Meadow and related park improvements. I don•t
want to quibble. But the Comptroller begins by making an inaccurate
analysis of surplus funds. The facts are perfectly simple. Under
the present agreement bank loans must be repaid first. We have
just made such a repayment far in advance of any expectation. Next
come our obligations to our noteholders. Then comes restoration.
Then comes the $24,000,000 advanced by the City for construction.
Then comes the balance for the comEletion or the park, and finally
--;: C: .r ,;?
education.
-
The legislation proposed is merely permissive. It would
enable the Fair, if there is sufficient surplus, to combine demo•
lition, salvage, cutting and filling and many other engineering
obJectives with park completion. If these objectives are not
pursued together, an enormous amount of confusion will result.
In fact it would be almost impossible to pursue this work econom-
ically and in a reasonable time otherwise than under the auspices
of those who built the Fair and are in close touch with the ex-
hibitors, foreign and domestic. I speak in this instance as a
City Park Commissioner who prepared the grounds and had charge or
the basic improvements for the 1939-1940 World's Fair and then
FROM: Wm. J. Donoghue Corporation
10 Columbus Circle, N.Y.C.
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inherited the Fair grounds afterward. There was never enough money
left to complete the park and the result was that we left an area
which was a reproach to the City and of little use for recreation
purposes.
The Comptroller says that it is proposed to give the World's
Fair Corporation a blank check. There is not a nickel of surplus
beyond the obligations above-mentioned which could be used by the
Fair excepting with the full approval of the appropriate City
authorities.
The Comptroller's statement that this legislation implies that
parks are more important than schools is sheer nonsense. What he
proposes is to use as much of the surplus as he oan get for current
expense budget school needs. This is a one-shot operation. Once
spent the money is and it is good for only a year.
The Comptroller says responsibility for park development is
being given the executives of a non-profit corporation. The fact
is that there is no other conceivable way of getting the work
and the executives in question are all people of reputation upon
whom the Comptroller seems to depend to earn the surplus which will
not exist unless they earn it. When he speaks of a costly duplica-
tion of administrative effort he is again talking nonsense. The
purpose of this arrangement is to avoid duplication. The
Comptroller's statement that parks would be developed without the
supervision of the City Park Department is false. Not one nickel
beyond restoration could be spent without the approval of the
governing body of the City and the City Park Department, City
Planning Commission, etc. The Comptroller refers to the letting
of contracts without public bidding, not mentioning the fact that
the money will be earned by the World's Fair and is not City money.
He says there would be no audit by the City Comptroller's
office. The simplest thing in the world is to require audit as
part of the agreement between the Fair and the City and to write
this into the agreement. There would be no objection to this,
The • implication that there would be other funds
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I •

3/64-R18
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available to finish Flushing Meadow Park is sheer nonsense. This
is not the tact. That was the story in 1940 and nothing came of it.
The Comptroller does not mention the tact that the City will,
not only receive enormous benefits from those attending the Fair
and from the Fair itself and the goodwill of visitors, but will
also receive a very large and unexpected sum in taxes, notably in
the case or the sales tax. It has been estimated that the City
Will receive close to $200,000
1
000 additional money through sales
tax collections due to purchases by visitors to the Fair.
What intrigues me the most is the Comptroller's avoidance of
the one thing whioh I would think he would be glad as a matter of
simple justice to mention - namely, that this Fair, which he and
a number or others in the financial world prophesied would never
get off the ground, has already made advance sales of tickets
aggregating over $ 3 5 ~ 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 , that no such record has ever been
made in the case of any other Fair or any other similar show or
entertainment and that the only way or earning a huge surplus is
by the most prudent and able management. I think it would be
smart for the Comptroller to give some attention to these factors
rather than to spend time dividing up surpluses which do not as
yet exist.
I would hardly go so far as to expect Comptroller Beame to
devote very much time to congratulating the Fair on the progress
which has been made or to express gratitude on this score, but I
think he might refrain from attacking the Fair as though it were
some alien, unofficial promotion incapable of serving the best
interests of the City.
ROBERT MOSES
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