Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Aaron Alexis; McCarren Park; One Last Primary Runoff; and More Brooklyn Briefs

Really? (De Blasio, Cuomo, Thompson) Photo: De Blasio

- City OKs McCarren Park expansion, but drivers lose 34 parking spaces. [Brooklyn Paper]

- Sounds like the tale of two cities applies to NYC schools, too. [NY1]

- Now that Bill Thompson has stepped down, only one primary runoff still remains: the race for public advocate. And it's more important than you think. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- You can get a de Blasio House Party Kit here. [Host-An-Event]

- Slope woman left homeless by house collapse has been sleeping on her stoop. [Brooklyn Paper]

- On November 5th, New Yorkers will vote on six ballot proposals, including authorizing casino gaming. [NYV Votes]

- Sadly, the bewildered family of Aaron Alexis, the Washington Navy Yard shooter, lives in Bed-Stuy. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- NYC from the air, early 20th Century. Where's midtown? [BeschlossDC]

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