Monday, February 22, 2016

Brooklyn Heights Library Developer's Ties to de Blasio; Link Wi-Fi Coming to Brooklyn; and More Briefs

Hudson Companies, a developer with ties to de Blasio, won the Brooklyn Heights Library job despite being outbid. So what else is new? [NY Post]

- LinkNYC Wi-Fi network, replacing pay phones, coming to Brooklyn soon. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Friendly fire may have injured one of the two NYPD officers in Brooklyn shootout. [NY1]

- Mourners say goodbye to Brooklyn teen accidentally shot while playing video game. [Daily News]

- 4 people slashed, stabbed in Brooklyn and the Bronx. [CBS]

- Downtown Brooklyn has fallen short on office and commercial development since it was rezoned more than a decade ago. [Daily News]

- After seniors evicted, fuming Prospect Park Residence families head to Albany. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Close Rikers, rebuild La Guardia, create a street car connecting Brooklyn and Queens. Question for pols: Who's going to pay for all this? [Crain's NY]

- National nightmare: Cuomo ready to run if Hillary or Bernie don't take the White House. [NY Post]

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