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–A former staffer at the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation looks at lagging efforts to save small business in New York City. [City Lab]

–The city is beginning a study of bike safety at 20 key intersections. [DNAinfo]

–The mayor says there’s no validity to allegations of cronyism over his administration’s habit of doing political favors for campaign donors. A former city official who made the charges has said he was fired, in part, because he complained about the administration’s efforts to “peddle a false narrative” regarding the Rivington House debacle. [Daily News]

–Editorial: “De Blasio’s right about there being two New Yorks — but it’s one for his well-heeled benefactors and another for everyone else.” [New York Post]

–Jared Kushner’s “murky relationship with rent stabilization.” The president’s son-in-law, who owns many East Village buildings, was recently warned by the state about his companies’ failure to register rent regulated apartments in Brooklyn. [The Real Deal]

–Opinion: How Soho artists fought for the loft law in the 1980s and why it matters today. [Artsy]

–Video: A clown from television visits Economy Candy, which is celebrating its 80th anniversary. Watch at your own risk. [Channel 4]

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