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–Neighbors of the new Public Hotel on Chrystie Street are “seeing people having sex.” [DNAinfo]

–An attorney says the tenants at 10 Stanton St. might not have much recourse. “[The neighbors] have gotta close the blinds or look away,” advises the lawyer. [New York Post]

–U.S. Rep. Nydia Velazquez is demanding info from NYCHA about how it deals with lead paint. [Daily News]

–Errol Louis argues that the local community preference in the city’s affordable housing lotteries ends up discriminating against black and Latino residents. [Daily News]

–Former Met Council head William Rapfogel is free after serving prison time for a kickback scheme. According to his Linkedin profile, Rapfogel has taken a job as a senior adviser with New Jersey-based security firm. [Crain’s]

–The obituaries for Great Jones Cafe were apparently premature. The beloved cajun spot reopens tonight. [EV Grieve]

–Webster Hall closes for renovations Aug. 10. Tickets for the final show, dubbed, “End of an Era,” go on sale tomorrow. So far the headliner is a secret. [Brooklyn Vegan]

–The Marinaro Gallery is moving from Grand Street to 1 Oliver St. in Chinatown. [Art News]

–A lawsuit filed by a former Mission Chinese/Cantina investor shows that Danny Bowien was forced to abandon plans to open Mission Vietnamese on Canal Street. [Eater]

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