Bloomberg’s Priorities for the Elite, Laminated

As he’s done every year since 2006, Michael Bloomberg made a list of his priorities for the city, conveniently outlined on a plastic business card, which he distributed to the city’s rich and powerful at a luncheon in midtown earlier today.
It encourages those folks to mention these particular issues when, inevitably, lawmakers from Washington and Albany come knocking on their doors.
The “Card Luncheon” got its start three years ago, the year after one of his Democratic mayoral challengers, Gifford Miller, suggested it.

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