Monday, December 30, 2013

Another de Blasio Appointment; No More Carding Teens at Brooklyn Mall; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A woman has died after being struck by two vehicles in Greenpoint on Sunday. [NBC]

- Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio has appointed former Brooklyn US Attorney Zachary Carter to become the city’s top lawyer. [NY Post]

- The Kings Plaza Mall has ended its carding of minors, imposed after Thursday's teen rampage. [NBC]

- Rite Aid cited by OSHA for safety hazards at Kings Highway Stor; Proposed fines total more than $83,000. [4-Traders]

- Two-family townhouse in Bed-Stuy going for $1.2 million. [Curbed]

- A Brooklyn teacher has accused a DOE investigator of blackmailing her into sexting him. [Gothamist]

- Spokesman calls Citi Bike program a huge success. [CBSlocal]

- The secret to hacking real estate rental sites. [Forbes]

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