Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Cindy Jasmin Talks, and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Cindy Jasmin, a “person of interest” in the investigation of the hit-and-run that left Brooklyn resident Erinn Phelan gravely injured, has met with New York City detectives. Brooklyn Eagle 

- Pratt Station Post Office is closing temporarily. Councilmember Tish James has more details here

- Whole Foods has begun cleaning its toxic site along the Gowanus Canal. But that doesn't mean they'll build there. Brooklyn Paper

- This Saturday, February 27th you can join the second annual (Nearly) "Naked” Polar Bear Cruise to benefit the Wildlife Conservation Society. Circle Line

- Lefferts Garden Charter School having a bumpy ride. Hawthorne Street 

- Energy company KeySpan Corp. (once known as Brooklyn Union Gas, now National Grid) has agreed to pay $12 million to settle allegations that it broke antitrust laws that likely led to higher electricity prices in NYC.  Crain's NY

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