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Midtown’s Club Torch shuttered, Atlantic Avenue merchants propose self-taxing business district … and more

February 25, 2010 08:15AM

1. Midtown’s Club Torch shuttered by State Liquor Authority [Post]
2. Atlantic Avenue merchant group proposes new self-taxing, business improvement district [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Former model agency owner Paolo Zampolli buyers 119 East 17th Street townhouse for $4.71M [Post, 2nd item]
4. Department of Transportation seeks public input on new Kosciuszko Bridge design [NYDN]

5. Macy’s Herald Square store has second fire in three months [Post]

6. Charter schools okayed to expand into public school spaces after Department of Education vote [NYDN]
7. Socialite and boutique owner Tracy Stern lists UES condo for $3.8M [Post, 3rd item]
8. New community tennis group aims to overhaul aging Fort Greene Park courts [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Bernanke testifies that interest rates will stay low for a while [Post]

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