More than 2,000 protest school decision, The Donald is not happy about wind farms that could interfere with his Scottish golf development … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 10, 2012 05:00 PM

1. More than 2,000 protest city’s decision to close 23 schools [NYDN]
2. The Donald is very angry about a wind farm near his Scottish golf development [Washington Post]
3. Five problems with CNBC’s Dick Bove’s rant against the mortgage deal [Business Insider]
4. Bernanke wants to make lending to real estate investors easier [The Street]
5. And he also says REO holders may want to rent, not sell the properties they’ve foreclosed on [Twitter]
6. Building a huge house is morally wrong: Gawker [Gawker]
7. Renderings of new affordable housing complex on Clinton Hill’s Putnam Avenue and Irving Place [Brownstoner]
8. City will see 40 new hotels in next 30 months [Crains]
9. Partial bulkhead collapse and at least one injured at Alphabet City construction site [EV Grieve]
10. Williamsburg residents call closure of PS19 a potential “travesty” [Brooklyn Paper]
11. Jay-Z micromanaging every aspect of Nets brooklyn debut, down to the forks [WSJ]

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