Morning Read: Closing Fire Companies and Failing Schools

mrb ccq Morning Read: Closing Fire Companies and Failing Schools

Mayor Bloomberg launches New York City’s official prescription drug discount card with Speaker Quinn, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and other officials. May 18, 2011 (Photo Credit: Spencer T Tucker)

Anti-Terrorism Funding: NYC staves off cuts; gets $151.57 million. [Alison Gendar]

School Closures: UFT and NAACP sue to keep 22 failing schools open. [Barbara Martinez]

School Closures: Lawsuit threats “to upend the coming school year for thousands of students.” [Winnie Hu]

Fire Companies: Eight of 20 proposed closures in Brooklyn. [Erin Einhorn and Jonathan Lemire]

Fire Companies: Arrival time would jump to 9 minutes if city closes Ladder 53 in the Bronx. [Michael Saul]

Fire Companies: None should be closed. [New York Post]

Prescription Drugs Deal: “It might just be the best deal ever offered by the city to the uninsured.” [David Seifman]

Punishment: “Ray Harding got off way too easy.” [Daily News]

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