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7th Precinct’s Car Break-in Problem, EDC Scrutinized, Charging Film Crews

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7th Precinct witnesses dramatic increase in car-break-ins (DNA Info).

Comptroller John Liu: Economic Development Corp. owes the city $125 million, agency lacks transparency (NYT).

The New York Bar Association “has urged the city to stop allowing community benefits agreements to be part of the zoning approval process.” (NYT).

NYU stands by its generous benefactor, John Paulson, as he faces scrutiny for his relationship to Goldman Sachs (Washington Square News).

Questioning the city’s claims about the huge increase in bicycling across NYC (NYT).

On the other side of the Brooklyn Bridge: major concerns about upcoming construction (Brooklyn Paper).

The city has decided to charge film crews for permits to shoot in New York (Post).

Hester Street Fair sensation Lucas Holden (Luke’s Lobster) is really smart (Vault Careers via EV Grieve).

Obey Clothing brings its first pop up shop to the LES (Apparel News).

Previewing We the People fashion collective (Bowery Boogie).

Golden Bridge Restaurant: dim sum by day, hot club by night (Grub Street).

Varied opinions about B&H signage (EV Grieve).

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