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It’s Elementary: Kids Offer Livable Streets Advice to 44

3:31 PM EDT on October 20, 2008

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As seen on this weekend's Uptown Treasures tour: At the American Academy of Arts and Letters in Washington Heights, K-5 students from Hamilton Heights Academy and P.S. 28 (along with at least one parent or guardian) added a livable streets flavor to the "If I Were President" display.

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"If I were president there would be a no car day. If any cars droven on no car day that driver will get a fine and no car day will prevent less gas problem!"

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From the adult contributions.

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Naturally, some ideas were better than others.

Photos: Brad Aaron 

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