The issue over the train station bathrooms proves that when people pull together and communicate, problems can be solved. Chuck Strome intially thought that closing the bathrooms would save tax dollars and that it was not a major concern for NR residents. While he had the best interest of the taxpayer in mind, he never envisioned the backlash.
People voiced their concerns but this time the city took notice. It reviewed comments from residents and worked together with council members and Metro-North to find a solution.
All in all, it was a model for how the system should work. I appluad all city officials who worked hard to resolve this "delicate" issue.