Morning Read: Alec Baldwin Disses Christine Quinn, NY Ponders June Primary

amny cuomo222 Morning Read: Alec Baldwin Disses Christine Quinn, NY Ponders June Primary

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2012: NY Primary Day may move to June, when state legislative session ends and thorniest issues are tackled. [Devlin Barret and Jacob Gershman / WSJ]

2013: Baldwin “deliberately” lives on UWS, ponders future mayoral run; says term limits vote “positively disqualifies” Quinn. “She totally betrayed a huge constituency here in the city.” [Sarah Nir / New York Times]

NYC Budget: City “plans to layoff 465 park employees” shortly; “More than 1,0000 layoffs citywide are slated for the fiscal year that began July 1.” [Michael Saul / WSJ]

Gambling: Won’t solve “this year’s” fiscal problems. [Teri Weaver / Post-Standard]

Gambling: “Casino mogul Donald Trump…donated $38,000 to Cuomo in 2009 and 2010, while Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, donated another $8,000 to Cuomo.” [Joseph Spector / Democrat and Chronicle]

Redistricting: Republican County legislator Edward Bath was left “without a district” and won’t run for another term. [Robert McCarthy / Buffalo News]

Headline: “Any puts kibosh on PA toll surge.” [Erik Kriss and Jennifer Fermino / NY Post]

Schools: Mandatory sex ed in NYC schools. [Yoav Gonen / NY Post]

Schools: “when we look at the biggest disadvantages that kids in our city face, it is blacks and Latinos that are most affected by the consequences of early sexual behavior and unprotected sex,” said Deputy Mayor Linda Gibbs. [Fernanda Santos / New York Times]

NYPD: Monitoring Facebook and Twitter for criminal activity. [Rocco Parascandola / Daily News]

FDNY: Commissioner defends minority recruiting practices. [Alan Feuer / New York Times]

Funerals: Dutchess moves to ban protests near funerals. [Larry Hertz / Poughkeepsie Journal]

Buffalo: Board of Ed votes to fire Superintendent James Williams. [Mary Pasciak and Jay Rey / Buffalo News]

Arab Spring: Senate should immediately confirm Obama’s pick for ambassador to Syria. [Joe Lieberman / WSJ]