The Round-Up: Wednesday

New York to loose 165,000 private-sector jobs by 2010, says city comptroller. [NY Times]

MTA taps Ed Koch to hawk the sale of tax-exempt bonds. [NY Times]

Neighbor sues the famed Winged Foot Golf Club claiming the proximity of its sixth hole to his home has produced a “life threatening condition” for his family. [NY Times]

A big-time music impressario returns to the site of his old club in the West Village, now called Le Poisson Rouge. [NY Times]

In the wake of yesterday’s jubilation over Wall Street’s recovery, fears of an unavoidable recession set in. [NY Times]

Restaurants stretch hours to make money in leaner times. [NY Times]

What $1.2 million gets you. [NY Times]

Man jumps in front of a Manhattan-bound 7 train in Queens, killing himself and severely delaying rush-hour traffic. [NYDN]

Flushing citizens group peeved over the city’s use of funds generated from the sale of a portion of Kissena Corridor Park to a local hospital for use as a temporary parking lot. [NYDN]

Cops in charge of Sean Bell crime scene are reassigned. [NYDN]

Between the Bricks: NBC mulls a three-year lease at 1633 Broadway; legal battle over development rights at Studio 450 stops work on a 700,00 foot tower next door at 360 10th Avenue. [NY Post]

Brooklyn to launch marketing campaign to attract Manhattan businesses across the river. [NY Post]

Americans to spend 18 percent more this Halloween season that they did last year, giving retailers a much-needed boost. [NY Post]

Latest federal rescue plan doesn’t address the real cause of the continuing financial crises: declining home prices. [WSJ]

The Round-Up: Wednesday