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–At least five boats in the NYC Ferry fleet have been pulled from service to repair holes. The Post calls the defects “potentially disastrous leaks.” City officials say they’re addressing a minor problem. The Lower East Side will be getting a ferry stop next summer. [New York Post]

–Editorial: “The news that the New York City Housing Authority falsely certified for years that it had inspected apartments for lead paint is a stark sign of how powerless public housing tenants can be and how much the system has eroded.” [New York Times]

–Developer Gregg Singer says he did not pay actors to pose as community activists at a recent City Hall rally. Singer is battling locals and now the mayor, who recently vowed to reacquire the old P.S. 64/CHARAS building. [Daily News]

–Italian pizza master Gino Sorbillo opens his new spot at 334 Bowery today. Mayor de Blasio will attend the grand opening festivities at 4 p.m. [EV Grieve]

–Punk rockers from the 70s and 80s return to the Lower East Side, “keeping the flame alive.” [New York Times]

–Artist Hunter Fine has opened seven rat “squeakeasies” across the city, including some in Chinatown, art installations meant to “raise awareness about rat infestations and poke fun at gentrification.” [New York Post]

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