‘Faux turf’ washes over New York City

The idea of using fake turf to protect New York’s skyscrapers has been around for a while.

But in a city where skyscraping is one of the most visible and popular features of a city, it’s a topic that has a strong association with Trump.

It’s an idea that is now being considered by a team of experts and politicians in New York who are working on a new plan to protect Manhattan from the spread of the Zika virus.

A group of New Yorkers are calling for a “real” grassy area in the city’s Manhattan neighborhood to be planted on top of an abandoned warehouse, and that it be used for construction sites and parks.

“We think the area should be a real-life version of a real estate development in New Jersey, which has been doing some real estate and landscaping work in Manhattan for decades,” said Chris LeBlanc, an adviser to the project.

The idea is to get rid of the old building and replace it with grass that will grow on top, but also create artificial turf that will help the city protect against mosquitoes and other insects.

The project, called Real-Life Groundcover, is currently under consideration by the City Council and the city is considering whether to award the city a $150 million grant.

The goal is to plant grass that grows on top or on top and around the warehouses and parking lots, creating artificial turf.

The city would pay $5 per square foot for the use of grass in a park, and $15 per square feet for a site that would be used as a park.

The city would then have to pay the landowner a set fee per square-foot of grass planted.

The plan is one that’s been floated before.

The US government has been paying for the project for years.

The idea, which is being spearheaded by the New York-based New York Civil Liberties Union, comes from the idea that using real turf to ward off mosquitoes would make the city less susceptible to the spread and spread of Zika, which can cause birth defects and other complications.

But the idea of real grass isn’t new.

A New York Times article in August of this year, which noted that New York city is the world’s most densely populated city with an average of 7.2 million people per square mile, noted that “the city has long planted trees in front of public buildings and sidewalks, or at least planted grass on them.”

But the plan calls for the creation of a grassy environment around the buildings, and the planting of trees.

“The goal would be to plant trees in a way that would actually be beneficial to the environment and to the human community,” said LeBlac.

“There’s a lot of people who don’t know this, but there are real grasses out there, and they’re very hard to grow, they’re extremely hard to harvest and they don’t do very well in a landfill,” said John DeFusco, a professor at New York University who has studied the use and effects of artificial turf in the United States.

“They’re a problem for humans.

So the problem is to really find a way to make it work, and we’re finding that it’s not very easy.”

LeBlanc told MTV News that a team was working on the project, but it’s unclear when they will finalize the project’s timeline.