Quinn backs living wage bill for city-funded developments, Colliers exec Mark Jaccom departs firm … and more

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Mar.March 23, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Speaker Christine Quinn will support “living wage” bill [Post]
2. Architecture critic slams NYU expansion, says “plan is so clearly oversize” [NYT]
3. Following December “shake-up,” Colliers exec Mark Jaccom is leaving the firm [WSJ]
4. A century ago, “park views” weren’t valued as they came with malaria-carrying mosquitos [NYT]
5. Area fenced in by AirTrain construction becomes illegal dumping site, irks Jamaica residents [NY1]
6. East Village duplex has massive slide connecting floors [NYDN]
7. Fees for refinancing FHA mortgages will fall, while fees for FHA mortgage purchases will rise [NYT]
8. FTC shuts down foreclosure rescue fraud that had victims paying thousands to join lawsuits against their lenders [Post]
9. Queens Beep Helen Marshall’s daughter works at Aqueduct racino, raising conflict of interest questions [NYDN]
10. How to get your landlord to make repairs on your rented apartment [NYT]
11. Early morning fire destroys Inwood home [Post]
12. What it’s like to live in Throgs Neck [NYT]
13. Remembering Yorkville’s past as a brewery haven [NYT]

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