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Parking Pushback, Silver Supports “Leandra’s Law,” Saluting the Strokes

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Tuesday news links

The Gotham Gazette has a roundup of the first City Council meeting since Mayor Bloomberg's re-election. The Council passed four bills designed to loosen parking restrictions, including a muni-meter "grace period," Bloomberg has promised to veto.

The NYPD has ordered a large reorganization of its Organized Crime Control Bureau, which includes the anti-street gang units.

The Daily News: "After weeks of pressure led by the Daily News, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver
and his Democratic conference on Monday yielded and agreed to pass
"Leandra's Law" – making it a felony to drive drunk with a kid in the
car.

Rebecca Marx (Village Voice) has a wrap-up of last night's blessedly short (5 hours) CB3 SLA Committee meeting.

The Christian Science Monitor takes a look at the (new) Museum of Chinese in America.

100 music industry figures agree: The Strokes' "Is This It?", is the album of the decade.

The Village Voice: "The next time someone does that thing where they yawn and ask in an incredulous voice whether ABC No Rio
bothers to still host Saturday hardcore matinees, by all means, punch
them in the face. Grizzled Swedish d-beat veterans Moderat Likvidation
played the enduring LES venue on Saturday in an extremely rare New York
appearance…"

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