Lower East Side Links

–The Tenement Museum’s union files a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board after 76 employees were laid off. [Hyperallergic]

–Weeks after New York’s primary election, U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney claims “a decisive winning margin of over 3,700 votes.” But challenger Suraj Patel is not conceding. [AM New York]

–A white candidate for City Council in District 1, Maud Maron, has come under fire from Black legal aid lawyers, who say her views on school integration are racist. [Daily News]

–More streets are being designated for outdoor dining, including Broome Street between Forsyth and Eldridge streets, Pell Street between Bowery and Mott streets and Avenue B between East 3rd and East 4th streets. [Gothamist]

–Daredevil Tattoo reopens on Division Street! [NY1]

–Amanda Cohen of the Lower East Side restaurant, Dirt Candy, testified before a congressional committee, warning that the American restaurant industry is on the verge of collapse without robust federal aid. [NY1]

–An Choi, the Orchard Street Vietnamese restaurant, has closed. [Eater]

–Video: How Chinatown restaurants are adapting in the COVID-19 era. [The New Yorker]

–Community Board 3’s August meetings: A request to create a pedestrian plaza and Orchard and Broome streets, East River waterfront updates, the latest on efforts to rezone the Two Bridges area. [CB3]