Authority officials have no idea how many people will show up.
Authority officials have said there will not be a vote.
Authority officials said the first buildings could come down early next year.
They were constructed at a total cost of $84,000, authority officials said.
Later, the authority officials said, they even offered to pay the entire cost of the fuel.
Only now are authority officials working to draft rules for private security companies.
Authority officials said they took that deal off the table after the union voted it down.
But authority officials set a goal of restoring service to the line by today.
The most current estimates, according to authority officials, are that the building can be finished for $450 million.
Authority officials expect their deficits to rise to $436 million for 2005 and perhaps even $1 billion the year after.