Monday, January 28, 2013


Two months after private landlords agreed to give priority to Superstorm Sandy victims for hundreds of market-rate apartments, only one apartment lease has been signed because the "affordable" apartments are too expensive, The Wall Street Journal writes:
New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn received the endorsement of influential pastor, Rev. Calvin Rice of New Jerusalem Baptist Church in Jamaica, Queens, for her mayoral campaign, the News reports:

*  Three years after the state allowed the release of partial match DNA data to investigators, law enforcement officials say they knew of no cases solved in New York City because of a lead generated by a partial match, The New York Times writes:

Rep. Charles Rangel's favorite nonprofit, the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone, received $21 million in state funding but critics say the group has done little with the money or its mandate to stimulate the local economy, the Post writes:

The News writes that the New York City Board of Elections' ideas to compensate for slow electronic ballot machines that were forced on them by the state Legislature, are absurd:

* The Times writes that Cuomo's plan to require police to videotape interrogations of people charged with serious crimes is a positive step towards curbing wrongful convictions: NEW THIS MORNING

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