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Klein Balks at Voting to Repeal Urstadt Law

State Senator Jeffrey Klein’s most prominent endorser, Mayor Bill de Blasio, may support the repeal of a rent regulation law that many city Democrats despise, but the powerful Bronx lawmaker does not appear ready to strike the Urstadt Law from the books. 509 more words

Frustrating Endorsements

State Senate
11 – UFT ally, John Liu, against Tony Avella who once challenged Bloomberg, but more recently joined the IDC to help Klein and the Republicans steal back the senate that they’d lost… 140 more words


Koppell Calls Klein a 'Reptile' in Scathing Mailer

Leaping lizards.

Oliver Koppell is throwing some slime at State Senator Jeffrey Klein, accusing the majority leader of being a “cold-blooded reptile” in scathing new campaign literature. 286 more words

Gov. Cuomo, New York Officials To Visit Israel Tuesday

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo will be joining top state legislators in a trip to Israel this week in a show of “solidarity” during the country’s conflict in Gaza. 194 more words


Insider Perspectives of LinkedIn

LinkedIn is doing everything that it can keep ahead of the competition. For example, it just added a new mobile app to make LinkedIn easier for users. 98 more words

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Real Estate Firm Takes Issue With Observer Over 'Mob-Tied' Characterization

Last week, the Observer ran an article reporting on donations that real estate firm Simone Development (formerly known as Hutch Realty Partners) and its affiliate, the Hutchinson Metro Center, made to the political campaign of Bronx State Senator Jeff Klein. 1,420 more words

Jeff Klein

Jeff Klein Received 10K Donation From Mob-Tied Real Estate Firm

State Senator Jeff Klein took a $10,000 campaign donation from a mafia-linked realty company–the same firm he rents his district office space from.

The Bronx pol’s July filing shows that the Hutchinson Metro Center, an affiliate of Simone Development–formerly known as Hutch Realty Partners–kicked in the five figures in June. 470 more words