Morning Reads: EDC Transparency, Silver Censure Considered, Bus Driver Speaks

  • The Economic Development Corp. under pressure from the city comptroller, agrees to reveal more details about its budgets. The new openness does not extend to the SPURA process (NYT).
  • Report: State ethics board came very close to censuring Sheldon Silver in connection with the Vito Lopez scandal but a vote was posponed due to Hurricane Sandy. Democrats on the panel later blocked the move (Albany Times Union).
  • An interview with Ophadell Williams, the driver of the bus crash in the Bronx that left 15 Chinatown residents dead. Last week he was found not guilty on most charges (WABC).
  • The Hole Gallery debuts skater doc (ESPN).
  • Artist Anthony Dominguez is at Clayton’s gallery tomorrow (Vice).