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NY Terror Trial Still in Play, Noisy Neighbors, the Times Invasion

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The attorney general says a decision about where to hold the upcoming 9/11 terror trials will be made “relatively soon,” but he added New York remains in play. Meanwhile, Governor Paterson met with President Obama, urging him to move the trials elsewhere. Later, in a cable news interview, Paterson said it “would be ‘more appropriate’ to move the trial upstate, mentioning West Point and Newburgh as alternatives.” (Daily News)

More on the proposed public market near the South Street Seaport: Speaker Quinn is discussing the proposal with the Economic Development Corp., which “controls some of the land and two historic buildings” once part of the Fulton Fish Market (NY Times).

The MTA announces layoffs today (NY Times).

The losing battle against noisy neighbors (Gotham Gazette).

Rep. Carolyn Maloney celebrates the passage of a new law protecting credit card users (Daily News).

Members of the Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Committee split their support for Maloney and challenger Rashima Saujani (City Hall News).

The New York Times swoops into the East Village, determined to exploit child labor  (EV Grieve).

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