Bill Richardson is reportedly a top contender for commerce secretary. [WP]
The Brooklyn House of Detention won't re-open before developers work out a deal with opponenets, according to one report. [Brooklyn Paper]
Also, the project is sort of out of money. [Brownstoner]
An upstate columnist is highly skeptical of Eliot Spitzer's attempted return to the public sphere. [D&C]
Assembleman Anthony Seminerio is using campaign funds to pay legal bills, and apparently that's totally legal. [DN]
A blogger who is not a fan of the Department of Buildings challenges readers to do their own inspection. [Queens Crap]
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