Thursday, February 28, 2013


New York City mayoral hopeful Adolfo Carrión helped a major developer win approval for an apartment and retail space project while serving as Bronx Borough President in exchange for providing an architect to make renovations to Carrión's home, the News reports:
The New York City Council voted overwhelmingly to pass two bills that would restrict the city's cooperation with federal authorities on deporting immigrants, with Bloomberg expected to sign both bills into law, The New York Times writes:
Donovan Richards, the former chief of staff to former City Councilman James Sanders, was officially declared victorious in the special election to fill Sanders' seat, with additional paper ballots bringing his victory margin to 80 votes, the News reports:

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