The Greenbush, New Jersey, suburb of the Bronx, is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country.
According to a recent survey by the Census Bureau, there are about 100,000 jobs in the New York metro area.
But now the city is in danger of losing all of them.
In February, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he would limit the number of greenhouses allowed on city property, and that it would require all residents to have at least one job with a greenhouse or greenhouse-processing company.
On Monday, Bloomberg announced a plan to set aside 100,00 square feet of green space for new construction and other new construction.
In an interview with Bloomberg, de Blasio acknowledged that the plan was a step in the right direction, but added that it was still too soon to call it a success.
“There are some things that are working, and there are some other things that aren’t,” he said.
“But the goal of getting the new construction projects going and getting the old construction done is a priority for the mayor.”
Bloomberg is also looking to make up for lost ground.
Last year, Bloomberg created a $2 billion fund to help local governments make investments in green infrastructure.
But he’s still trying to figure out how to fund it.
The mayor said the city had already invested $2.6 billion into green infrastructure projects.
The fund will be distributed to municipalities that have been in a financial crisis, and will be targeted to the areas most affected by the drought.
The city is also working to create a pilot program that would allow homeowners to purchase the right to construct their own greenhouse on their own property.
In addition, Bloomberg is planning to expand the greenbelt program to include residential and commercial projects.
Bloomberg said that he hopes to have the pilot program in place by next summer.