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Henderson: Payne has Pupatello in his line of fire

Bureaucrat turned politician Hilary Payne is hoping to bag the supreme big-game trophy — the tanned hide of the warrior princess — in a spring hunt targeting politician turned bureaucrat Sandra Pupatello. 739 more words

Opinion

Henderson: Payne has Pupatello in the cross hairs

Bureaucrat turned politician Hilary Payne is hoping to bag the supreme big-game trophy — the tanned hide of the warrior princess — in a spring hunt targeting politician turned bureaucrat Sandra Pupatello. 738 more words

Sandra Pupatello

Pols cheer Fashion Week’s impact on city’s economy

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

Ahead of the beginning of New York’s spring Fashion Week today, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney released a report with the Joint Economic Committee detailing the economic benefits of both Fashion Week and the fashion industry as a whole for the city. 512 more words

Politics

City Pitches LIC Development Deal Swap

The city is, for the first time, offering a new deal to developers of affordable housing: free air rights. The Economic Development Corporation has issued request for proposals that makes developers a novel pitch: development rights, at no cost, in exchange for a “permanently affordable housing program that maximizes both the number of housing units and the level of affordability,” according to the EDC. 45 more words

Economic Development Corporation

Residents denounce the end of Rockaway ferry

ROCKAWAY, Queens (PIX11) — They shouted “Shame on the mayor” and  “Keep the Rockaway ferry”, but to no avail.

The last ferry has set sail. 226 more words

Queens

Possible changes to waterfront floated

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

Community Board 6’s Land Use and Waterfront Committee discussed some of the imminent changes planned for the East River, in the context of both the Blueway Plan to provide more access to the river for recreational activities and the proposed renovations of the Skyport Marina at the committee’s monthly meeting last Wednesday. 674 more words

Council Member Dan Garodnick

Officials: Beefed-Up Transit Essential for Booming Brooklyn

With Brooklyn’s stature in the city’s real estate industry no longer just an emerging trend, top policy makers and power brokers drew attention to transportation issues as critical to continuing real estate development in the world’s hottest borough today at the annual… 630 more words

Massey Knakal