Vanity Fair has dubbed City Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden “Princess of the City” in its profile on her. The piece untangles her pedigreed family, which includes an oil heir, socialite, and railroad heir, and probes into her youthful fascination with urban waste management. “I think I’m the only person I know who finds the subject fascinating,” Burden quipped.
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