Morning Read: Bloomberg and Cuomo

mrb cuomo333 111 Morning Read: Bloomberg and CuomoLobbying NYC: Not as much as last year. [NY Post]

Tea Party: They can march. [SI Advance]

Honeymoon Ends: “For the Cuomo administration, the feistier climate wasn’t unexpected.” [WSJ]

Teacher Layoffs: Dicker quotes a source “close to Cuomo”: “Does Bloomberg really believe the governor would endanger his budget to satisfy [the mayor’s] desire to lay off teachers who may not have to be fired?” [NY Post]

Teacher Layoffs: Cuomo looking for a compromise with Assembly Democrats. [WSJ]

Teacher Layoffs: Bloomberg spokesman Micah Lasher says, “The governor’s bill does not change one word in that section of law.” [Daily News]

Teacher Layoffs: “Bloomberg charged, in effect, that the governor pulled a bait-and-switch.” [Times Union]

Teacher Layoffs: “Cuomo on Tuesday offered a plan that could evolve into a fair compromise.” [NY Post]

Teacher Layoffs: Cuomo aides defends his proposal. [NY Times]

Levy on Cuomo: “The fluff-filled report represents a major missed opportunity for real reform.” [NY Post]

Audits: Liu looks at the NYC Economic Development Corporation. [NY Times]

34th Street: Sadik-Khan pulls back her plans. [NY Post]

34th Street: “The plaza had been the centerpiece of an ambitious reimagining of the Midtown thoroughfare.” [NY Times]

Guilty: “Johnson had already completed a course of therapy that was also part of the deal. In return for the guilty plea, the other charges against him were dropped.” [NY Times]

Guns: “Eric Adams showed up with some genuine firepower: an FS2000 semiautomatic rifle and a range of ammunition clips.” [Times Union]

Melissa Mark-Viverito: “Single and guarded about her private life, she explained that her hyphenated name comes from the last name of her late father, Anthony Mark, and the maiden name of her mother, Elizabeth Viverito.” [Daily News]