Quinn’s Council

Here are some of the preliminary agreements over key Council committee assignments — though one of the two insiders who confirmed them noted that the deals are “not locked in stone.”

Quinn ally Robert Jackson will chair the crucial Education Committee, bringing it — one expects — much closer to the teachers’ union that Eva Moskowitz’s committee had been.

Brooklyn rivals Lew Fidler and Bill de Blasio will get leadership positions, de Blasio’s reward for a graceful exit.

Erik Martin Dilan will chair the housing committee, a double win for Brooklyn boss Vito Lopez, as he’s giving another chair to one of his members and concentrating his personal power over the city’s housing policy.