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Tenants Try to Save Affordable Building, Girls Prep Fires Principal, Silver Moves on Redistricting Proposal

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  • Tenants file a complaint with the state attorney general to stop the sale of 390 East 8th Street, a court-mandated low income building (Crain’s).
  • The city approves a new work permit for 35 Cooper Square (EV Grieve).
  • Parents are unhappy about the firing of Girls Prep Middle School Principal Kimberly Morcate (Gotham Schools).
  • More on the man who was rescued from the East Broadway subway tracks yesterday: “he appeared dizzy and lost his footing.” (Daily News)
  • Sheldon Silver submits Governor Cuomo’s independent redistricting proposal to the Assembly’s governmental operations committee (Daily News).
  • Reporters can’t resist asking Governor Cuomo if Silver is “part of the problem.” Cuomo does not take the bait (Capital Tonight).
  • Councilmember Margaret Chin cleans up a “mess of misnderstandings and inaccuracies” on the Soho BID (Villager).
  • The Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe is really good at using social media (WSJ).
  • Sizing up Adam Rapp’s new trilogy set in a Lower East Side tenement building (NYT).
  • Video artist Glenn Fogel’s first solo New York show opens on East Houston Street (NYT).
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