Morning Read: Bloomberg Raises, D.I.D. Splits

mrb si Morning Read: Bloomberg Raises, D.I.D. SplitsRudy Giuliani doesn’t need to be a public official, writes David Saltonstall.

The fund-raiser Michael Bloomberg held for Alan Khazei last night could help him raise $250,000.

911 operators sometimes make mistakes.

Juan Gonzalez notices a problem there.

Alan Gerson doesn’t like having the 9/11 trial in his area.

Critics of the Downtown Independent Club will form a rival organization.

Crossing D.I.D. is what cost Gerson his seat, says Scoopy.

Sean Sweeney won’t seek re-election.

There are high expectations for Margaret Chin.

Public art in your pocket.

Sharing taxis may happen before the end of the year.

Sexual harassment on the 4,5 and 6 train lines is bad, between Grand Central and Union Square.

Teachers at failing schools got bonuses.

And Michael Bloomberg and Ray Kelly will get their pets blessed.

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