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–Armed men burst into the apartment of a 67-year-old resident of the Lillian Wald Houses. [Daily News]

–A student was arrested for harassing a transgender teacher at Murry Bergtraum High School. [Daily News]

–The city administration has announced that it won’t keep records of future IDNYC applicants. There’s concern that municipal ID information could be used against card-holders by the Trump administration. A court order has prevented the city from destroying current records. [Channel 7]

–Protesters staged another rally against the de Blasio’s administration’s decision to reject the full Chinatown Working Group plan. Local elected officials are declining to say whether they support the administration’s more limited neighborhood zoning approach. [City Limits]

–The next phase of the city’s coastal resiliency planning kicks off in Lower Manhattan. [Architects Newspaper]

–The Lower East Side/Chinatown actually lost a few chain stores in the past year. [Center For An Urban Future Report]

–A couple of East Village bars will be playing host to SantaCon revelers. [EV Grieve]

–“Throngs of beer-swilling millennials” flock to the new gussied up Irish bar, The Gray Mare, on 2nd Avenue for a “curated experience.” [New York Times]

–Lower East Side vintage shop Procell “is reminiscent of the downtown specialty shops that were common before rents went through the roof and the internet took shoppers away from the brick-and-mortar experience.” [New York Times]

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