Dow hits 10,000 for first time in a year, Bank of America looks to expand its share of the mortgage market … and more

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1. Two years after receiving grant, the Greenlight Bookstore gets green light in Brooklyn [Brooklyn Paper]
2. Sanitation gets flack for fining civic groups over postering buildings [NYT] 
3. Pressure mounting for a car-less 42nd Street [NYT]
4. Dow hits 10,000 for the first time in a year [Reuters]
5. Homeowner challenges so-called “fix-it” law [Inman]
6. Tribeca residents will rally against garbage garage [Curbed]

7. Whoopi Goldberg goes into contract for her Wooster Street home [Cityfile] 
8. Neighbors sue city over Walentases’ Dock Street Project [NYO] 
9. Politician wants to landmark Long Island City site to prevent strip club opening [NYDN]

10. HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan a no-show at community town hall meeting [NYDN]

11. Bank of America looking to expand its mortgage-lending profits [Bloomberg] 
12. Fed officials disagreed on program that would drive down mortgage rates [USA Today] 

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