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–There was reportedly a casting call and an offer of payment for a rally orchestrated against the return of the old P.S. 64 building to the community. [Daily News]

–Five people were injured after scaffolding collapsed at the corner of Prince Street and Broadway yesterday morning. [Daily News]

–Editorial: “Coming to grips with the problem (of vacant storefronts) has not been a de Blasio administration priority. But it should be high on any to-do list in its second term… Landlords can be blamed mightily for this blight — the greedy among them who raise rents to stratospheric levels, figuring that some deep-pocketed company will pay top dollar for the space.” {New York Times]

–The mayor allegedly wants to fire his investigations commissioner, who has conducted several inquiries that embarrassed the de Blasio administration (Rivington House is only one example). De Blasio is reportedly wavering due to the political ramifications of dismissing Mark Peters. [New York Post]

–Rebelle on the Bowery, a Michelin starred restaurant, has closed. [Eater]

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