The Round-Up: Thursday

The city rescinds a regulation limiting the size of crowds allowed on the Great Lawn. [NY Times]

Lawsuit charges state with conflict of interest over Catskills ski resort. [NY Times]

Some experienced entrepeneurs and niche realtors have kept the housing crisis at bay. [NY Times]

Hundreds of thousands of dollars earmarked for the demolition of the Deutsche Bank may have been “ripped off”. [NY Post]

City gets its first “pay-per-potty” in Madison Square Park. [NY Post]

Community groups take aim at latest Hudson Yards development proposals. [NY Post]

Mayor Bloomberg’s congestion pricing proposal could be scraped in favor of tolls and taxi surcharges. [NY Post]

Critics fear MTA chief could re-route Queens bus to benefit family shopping mall. [NYDN]

Mayor Bloomberg’s congestion pricing plan to be considered by commission today. [NYDN]

Bay Ridge parents rail against six cell phone towers erected directly across from public school. [NYDN]

City could face a big hike in property tax. [NY Sun]

Even for multimillionaires, no view is permanent in New York. [NY Sun]

East Harlem residents protest plan that would give 20-private schools afternoon rights to public sports fields on Randall’s Island. [NY Sun]

The Round-Up: Thursday