Judge rebukes state agency over Atlantic Yards timetable … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 11, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Port Authority considers putting up barriers on George Washington Bridge to prevent suicides [DNAinfo] 

2. Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz writes a letter in response to Coney Island protesters [Village Voice] 

3. Judge rebukes state agency over timetable for $5 billion Atlantic Yards project [NYT] 

4. Can the bedbug epidemic be blamed on Mayor Michael Bloomberg? [NYO] 

5. Renaissance Ballroom in Central Harlem will be demolished [Harlem Bespoke] 

6. Pop-Up Flea returns for a third time to Open House Gallery On Mulberry Street [Get Kempt] 

7. Community Board 2 approves liquor license for restaurant at Beatrice Inn [DNAinfo] 

8. Error on Google Maps causes trouble for military commander in Nicaragua [Social Times] 

9. Backlash from robo-signing crisis may lead to near 10 percent drops in bank repos [Truth about Mortgage]
10. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen spotted apartment hunting on 55 Vestry Street in Tribeca [Post, 3rd item]
11. Court Street Grocers opens in Carroll Gardens [Brownstoner]


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