Morning Read: Bloomberg Gets a Mansion, Cuomo Tackles State Economy

dnmurdoch222 Morning Read: Bloomberg Gets a Mansion, Cuomo Tackles State Economy

New York Daily News front page features Rupert Murdoch. (via newseum.org)

2011: Collins team does not include former aide Christopher Grant, who, while on Corwin’s campaign, had a notable run-in with an opponent. [Robert McCarthy / Buffalo News]

2011: Donovan gets Independence line. [Tom Wrobleski / SI Advance]

Debt Ceiling: Buerkle and Hanna both voted for the GOP plan, but for different reasons. [Mark Weiner / Post-Standard]

Redistricting: How much time is left to get it done? [Teri Weaver / Post-Standard]

Bloomberg’s World: Mayor is buying a mansion in the Hamptons. [Jennifer Keil / NY Post]

Phone Hacking: “If the head of the company isn’t responsible, who is?” [Juan Gonzalez / Daily News]

Courts: Budget cuts lead to delays in arraigning suspects within 24 window as required by law. [Joseph Goldstein / New York Times]

Albany DA: Incumbent Soares has $35,094; challenger has $7,612. [Robert Gavin / Times Union]

City Clerk: Lowering the pay? [Jordan Carleo-Evangelist / Times Union]

NYS Economy: “extensive marketing campaign” in the works. [Jon Campbell / Gannett]

NYS Economy: Ad campaign seeks to “recapture the effectiveness of the 1970s iconic ‘I Love New York’ campaign.” [Fred Dicker / NY Post]

NYS Economy: “It’s going to be fun; it’s going to be different,” Cuomo said of his upcoming time in Albany while the legislature is not in session. [Thomas Kaplan / New York Times

 

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Now “The Prisoner of City Hall” is just like the rest of the “FAT CAT” Manhattanites with a “summer” home in the Hamptons.

    Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    The Legislative Budget is Too Damn High