On the Market: Should the State Shut AirBnB Down or Tax It? Susan Sarandon Gifts Clinton Hill Pad to 21-Year-Old Son; GoogaMooga Booted from Prospect Park

AirBnB begs state to tax short-term rentals, not stop them. [NYDN]
Garbage collectors oppose trash franchise proposal. [Crain’s]
Landmarks is fine with brightly-painted brick facades on one Village street. [NYT]
Over the Edge: luxury condo’s daycare closes after a child is lost in the park. [BkPaper]
Susan Sarandon transfers her Clinton Hill spread to 21-year-old son. [TRD]
Renderings of Governor’s Island spa, pool are kind of creepy. [DNAinfo]
Tourists make do with mini Statue of Liberty during government shutdown. [NYT]
Credits roll: Focus Features is leaving New York. [Crain’s]
Tudors! How a 16th-century English trend became a global phenom. [WSJ]
Whole Foods reveals rendering of glassy new Williamsburg store. [Curbed]
Greenpoint’s debate over affordable condo units highlights citywide issues. [CapitalNY]
GoogaMooga will not be allowed to destroy Prospect Park’s nethermead next year. [Gothamist]
Vornado and Extell stop tussling over 57th Street site, now Vornado can build its tower. [Gripepad]

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