Morning Reads: Storm Aid, Silver Critic, Museum Opening

  • In asking for billions of dollars in federal aid, the governor says the economic impact of Hurricane Sandy was worse than Katrina (NYT).
  • Upstate Republican Assemblyman Steve Katz urges colleagues not to re-elect Sheldon Silver as Speaker (Capitol Confidential).
  • The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space opens this weekend (EV Grieve).
  • East Village synagogues have, of course, dwindled, but rabbis are still optimistic about the future (The Jewish Voice).

 

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