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Morning Reads: Public Housing Survey, Cops Face Sentencing, Blue Moon Still on the Market

Must Read

  • In advance of their 11 a.m. news conference, neighborhood affordable housing groups release a survey highlighting maintenance/repair problems in NYCHA buildings (Daily News).
  • Two East Village cops acquitted of rape but convicted of official misconduct will be sentenced today (Channel 7).
  • What was the deal with the man slumped on the sidewalk during the BMW Guggenheim Lab’s opening party? (EV Grieve)
  • Randy Settenbrino takes another crack at selling the Blue Moon Hotel, his “labor of love.” (WSJ)
  • Sheldon Silver does not support the Port Authority’s plans to raise river tolls (Daily News).
  • A glimpse of Ratner’s 2nd Avenue roots (Jeremiah).
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