Reynolds Retiring, Coney Plan Shifting

Tom Reynolds officially announced his retirement, saying that he wanted to spend more time with his family. [Albany Project]

State Senator Jeff Klein and Assemblyman Rory Lancman called on the state to enact a proposal that would notify people by email when a sex offender moved into their neighborhood. [Politics on the Hudson]

Michael Bloomberg praised comptroller candidate Adolfo Carrion. [Liz]

Fred P. Hochberg, the dean of the New School University’s Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy, is reportedly a candidate to replace Patrick Foye. [Capitol Confidential]

Bloomberg’s plan for Coney Island may have to bend to local politics. [The Real Estate]

Barack Obama surrogates John Kerry and Claire McCaskill say that race matters to his candidacy. [Ben]

A West Virginia poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Obama 55-27. [Pollster

Reynolds Retiring, Coney Plan Shifting