–First Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris has a rather faulty memory when it comes to Rivington House. He’ll be testifying at a City Council hearing on Thursday. [New York Post]
–More on Shorris’ testimony as part of the city comptroller’s Rivington House investigation: “The interview — polite in the beginning, tedious at times and testy toward the end — sheds light on the chaotic rhythm of city government and the problems that arise when lines of communication are not explicitly drawn.” [Politico New York]
–The Lower East Side’s Lenin statue will re-emerge on a Norfolk Street rooftop in the not-too-distant future. [New York Times]
–The New York City Council is looking at legislation that would guarantee legal representation to tenants facing eviction. [New York Times]
–It’s National Voter Registration Day. If you’re not registered, head here RIGHT NOW!