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Metrocard Politics, Council’s Development Agenda, Rear Yard Update

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"Taking Metrocards away from kids" — a political ploy?

Shelly tells WNBC: "The MTA has a history of putting out a worst case scenario and then
negotiating off the worst case scenario… I
assure you, this doomsday budget will not be enacted."

Bloomie's "limited political clout."

City Hall News: "With New Freshman Class, Responsible Development Takes Center Stage:"

Margaret Chin, who defeated incumbent Alan Gerson in her bid to
become the first Asian Council member to represent Chinatown, will also
face a host of development and rezoning issues upon joining the Council
in January. Michael Levine, director of land use and planning at
Community Board 1, said Chin has already been in talks with residents
and developers about rezonings planned for northern TriBeCa, as well as
a long-term development plan for Chinatown.“We know that our new Council member is very much plugged into that,” Levine said, “and is very much a part of our team.”

Rep. Nydia Velazquez praises a new push on immigration reform.

Tenement Museum's rear yard almost done.

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