Thursday, November 29, 2012


OFFICIALS DEBATE EDUCATION POLICY POST-BLOOMBERG: The next mayor will have to wrestle with mayoral control of schools, which is up for renewal in 2015 and opposed by many New Yorkers, and standardized testing, which is expected to become more difficult in the coming years:

Homeowners in storm-damaged coastal areas who had flood insurance will now face premium increases of as much as 25 percent per year beginning in January, thanks to legislation to shore up the National Flood Insurance Program, the Times writes:

A Manhattan City Council candidate, Thomas Lopez-Pierre, sent an incendiary and racially charged email to opponent Mark Levine, alleging that Levine is running to serve the "White power elite" at the expense of blacks and Hispanics, the Daily News reports:

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