The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

Jim Stuckey – Bruce Ratner’s righthand man and the one-time president of the Atlantic Yards Development Group who resigned over “personal reasons” a year ago – has turned up again. [DDDB]

NYU unveils its expansion plans. Preservationists choke on their scones. [Curbed]

Last month a Lower East Side community board meeting disintegrated into a screaming match with accusations of racism flying across the room. Is the city responsible for providing translators? [City Room]

Photographer Daniel Krieger captures the festivities at Florent during its bittersweet closing weekend. [Eater]

A DOH inspector could face a seven-year jail term after accepting a $500 bribe and a bottle of liquor from a Kensington restaurant. [Eater]

Seven (mostly) nonprofit groups will soon unveil bids for Brooklyn’s Starrett City – the nation’s largest federally subsidized housing complex. [Crain’s]

NYC’s only drive-in movie theater may be moving to East 4th Street. [Gothamist] The Afternoon Wrap: Monday