The Round-Up: Friday

A tightening of rules surrounding tax-exempt bonds may increase the cost of the Nets arena in Atlantic Yards. [NY Times]

Some longtime Harlem residents have mixed feelings about 125th Street changes. [NY Times]

Paterson, Legislature haven’t reached agreement to save Off-Track Betting Corporation; Bloomberg still set to shut down OTB’s 60 branches this Sunday. [NY Times]

City threatens to bar architect Robert Scarano from filing constructon plans, which could put him out of business in the city. [NY Times]

Priscilla Almodovar, head of the New York State Housing Finance Authority, talks about dealing with the boys of development. [NY Times]

Sales of retail goods and services up 1 percent in May. [NY Times]

Cuomo goes after Rite Aid and CVS stores statewide over expired food and drugs. [NY Post]

City wants details of construction-related injuries posted on DOB’s Web site. [NY Post]

Report: MTA has paid out $1.1 billion in personal injury and property lawsuits since 1996. [NY Post]

Those foreign buys of the Flatiron Building and the Chrysler Building? Just negotiations, no deals. [NY Post]

Bruno opposes Paterson’s proposal to cap school property taxes. [NY Sun]

City and state seek more tax-exempt bonds to build Yankee, Mets and Nets stadia. [NY Sun] The Round-Up: Friday