Tuesday, September 25, 2012


* Housing Authority chairman John Rhea unveiled a plan to lease land to private developers who would come up with projects featuring a mix of apartments, commercial, and retail space, but some have misgivings, the Times writes:

* Bloomberg announced the city will open a new type of preschool in Brooklyn next year serving children as early as six-weeks-old, modeling early education programs in 17 other cities, the Times writes:

* The New York City Council passed a bill requiring city agencies to add scanable codes to permits, licenses, and registrations, allowing anyone with a smartphone to download information about restaurants and buildings, the Post notes:

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