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35 Cooper Square Meeting Today, Silver Pressures Cuomo on Rent Laws, Turkish Pizza

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  • Preservation activists meet with owners of 35 Cooper Square today (EV Grieve).
  • State Assembly passes extension and expansion of rent control laws; Sheldon Silver urges the governor to use his clout in the Senate (WNYC, NYT, Daily News).
  • Jurors listen to 911 calls in 9th Precinct rape trial (DNA Info).
  • Historical photos of Brooklyn Bridge prompt discussion about car-centric present vs. pedestrian-friendly past (Streetsblog).
  • The MTA uses its “unpaid” interns to search for copyright violators such as EV artist Victoria McKenzie (WSJ).
  • Thrift store is out, Turkish pizza is in at 133 Essex (Bowery Boogie).
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  1. Without Rent Regulations the Lower East Side and the East Village will soon become a world of demolished old character rich buildings in exchange for glass and steel structures that will drive out the middle and lower income residents in favor of those with big wallets.
    Our Governor needs to review the history of the neighborhood and walk the streets to meet his constituents.

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