Thursday, December 3, 2015

Brooklyn Board Rejects de Blasio's Housing, Zoning Proposals; the Cat King of Columbia St.; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Brooklyn Borough Board rejects the mayor's affordable housing and zoning proposals. [Brownstoner]

- Report: Bruce Ratner is selling Barclays Center and Nets stakes to Mikhail Prokhorov. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Former 2013 mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis is offering an $1,000 reward for the safe return of Arthur the subway cat. [DNAinfo]

- The Cat King of Columbia Street is getting crazier. [Gothamist]

- Brooklyn activist slams NYC’s hoverboard ban as a tax on the poor. [Daily News]

- Video shows cops running down a Brooklyn man with their squad car as he tries to take photo of their license plate. [Daily News]

- An insanely colorful bird who normally winters in Central America is currently hanging out in Prospect Park, freaking out bird-watchers. [wnyc]

- Brooklyn subway riders attack MTA worker over out-of-order MetroCard machine. [Patch]

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