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Morning Reads: Gas Station Parcel Sold For $8 Million, Maverick Democrat Urges Silver Resignation, Mayor Bashes Walmart Foes

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  • 350 East Houston Street, where a gas station is now located, is sold for $8 million; the parcel is “primed” to become a new residential development (Real Deal).
  • State Senator Tony Avella, a Democrat who has a history of “bucking” his party, calls on Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver to step down (Daily News, Post).
  • Mayor Bloomberg: Politicians who side with labor unions and block Walmart’s entry into New York “should have trouble looking at themselves in the mirror.” (Post)
  • How the Ludlow Jail got its nickname, the Alimony Club (NYT).
  • The Horton gallery, LES newcomer, signs filmmaker Martha Colburn and plans solo show (Artinfo).

 

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