Friday, January 3, 2014

BP Markowitz Approves Domino; Dying Lynne Stewart Released; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- BP Markowitz approved the Domino project before leaving office. [Brownstoner]

- This could happen to LICH: The former St. John's hospital in Queens has been acquired by an Asian developer who plans to convert the property into apartments. [Crain's NY]

- Dying Brooklyn lawyer Lynne Stewart, imprisoned for terrorist involvement, is finally released. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Brooklyn architect visiting his mother's grave pinned and seriously injured by falling 300-pound headstone. [DNAinfo]

- No word on a replacement for Mayor de Blasio's Transition press officer Lis Smith, Eliot Spitzer 's new girlfriend. [Capital NY]

- Forum on gas drilling and NYC water safety, in Park Slope. [Brooklynian]

- Queens mom says school bus driver brought kids back to the bus stop and dumped them there after he couldn't find their school. [NY1]

- The U.S. government is mad at the NY Times for suggesting the government broke the law when it illegally spied on the public. [Politico]

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