Brooklyn man gets sentenced for house-crashing Diddy’s East Hampton digs, East Village gets a bacon scent mitigator … and more

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Jul.July 06, 2012 05:00 PM

1. East New York man sentenced for sneaking into Diddy’s East Hampton compound [Post]
2. ConEd cuts power by 5 percent in certain Brooklyn neighborhoods [McBrooklyn]
3. City Council and mayor’s office more than doubled budget for tree care, following accidents and lawsuits [NYT]
4. IHOP reportedly installs $40,000 on bacon scent mitigation machine [Local East Village]
5. Park Slope brownstone catches fire [Gothamist]
6. A history of the homes on the Fifth Avenue stretch between 57th and 58th streets and the woman behind them [NYT]
7. Slum Beautiful iPhoneography project of abandoned buildings aims to attract attention to highlight population and industry problems in St. Louis [Daily Mail]
8. London-based 7City Learning, Inc. renews lease at 55 Broad Street [NYO]
9. Pop-up pool at Brooklyn Bridge Park opens today [DNAinfo]
10. If you think you can’t nab a summer home for $117,000, think again [NYT]
11. Following closure of Windsor Terrace’s only grocery store, neighborhood gets its first farmers market [DNAinfo]
12. Real estate Q&A: Who’s responsible for a broken bathtub in a co-op? For painting in rent-controlled units? [NYT]

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