Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Former Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion will throw his hat in the ring for mayor in 2013 on the Republican Party line, but not before he gains approval from three of the five party chairmen, the New York Times reports:
Every public employee labor union in New York City is working without a contract from the city, with many unions choosing to wait until 2014 to negotiate with a new mayor, The Wall Street Journal reports:

* Thousands of NYCHA public housing residents are still without power, hot water, or heat, but residents will still have to pay rent until January when they will receive a credit, the Daily News writes:

* Two fundraisers for New York City Comptroller and mayoral candidate John Liu had their motions to dismiss a case against them for steering illegal contributions to Liu's campaign denied by a federal judge, the New York Post reports:

The News calls for the ouster of NYCHA Chairman John Rhea, with the final straw being him dragging his feet in helping public housing residents get their power back:

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