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Bus Driver Says He Was Alert, Girls Prep Move Approved, Rent Law Posturing

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  • The driver of the bus that crashed in the Bronx, killing 15, says he was sober and awake (NYT).
  • A crash victim sues the bus company and driver (NY1).
  • Education panel approves Girls Prep’s move to East 12th Street (DNA Info).
  • The governor releases a video threatening a government shutdown. Sheldon Silver’s response?: “I didn’t see it. I don’t think there was any reason for it.” (Politics on the Hudson)
  • Cuomo reportedly wants to raise thresholds for rent regulated apartments to at least reflect cost of living increases; GOP leader Skelos is opposed (Post).
  • Assembly Democrats are in a tough spot as the rent battle escalates (City Hall News).
  • Mayor Bloomberg chooses a new housing commissioner – is he up to the job? (Daily News).
  • Sweatshops on the Lower East Side: hardly a relic of the Triangle fire-era (The Forward).
  • A look at the Lower East Side leaders who emerged in the aftermath of the Trinagle tragedy (NYT).
  • Chinatown author to be honored by Hamilton-Madison House (Nearsay).
  • Woody Allen’s new film may not be getting rave reviews but his Moscot frames? That’s another matter (Esquire).
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