“It will be Occupy Wall Street’s grandchildren. The community board will have to fight to build a school over there.
“It would be bad enough if it’s 2015. But if they keep getting donations like they are, who knows?”
The leaderless anti-greed movement has racked up $750,000 in donations from supporters and unions and gotten space for storage and portable toilets from the United Federation of Teachers.
“Noooo ! Not 2025,” groaned Mohammed, 38, a food-cart operator at Cedar Street and Broadway. “It was good business [before the protest], and now it’s so slow. 2025, I don’t think so. Never! I hope next month they’ll be gone.”