Elsewhere: Cuomo Soothes, Schumer Cajoles, Silver Slows

Andrew Cuomo is being nice to Tom DiNapoli. 
Dale Hemmerdinger warns of “big stuff” if Albany fails to produce MTA-bailout money. 
Eliot Engel claims to live in Maryland, but Maryland doesn’t believe it. 
Chuck Schumer is trying to entice banks and credit unions to sign on to the president’s foreclosure prevention plan. 
The mayor wants to go fast on Governors Island; Sheldon Silver wants to go slower. 
Hillary Clinton is going to Mexico to voice support for the government in its fight against the drug trade.
Thirty protesters showed up at Ruben Diaz’s office to express displeasure at his opposition to tolls on the East River crossings. 
The transportation commissioner is Borneo-bound. 
Kirsten Gillibrand made an ad for Scott Murphy. 
Bob Conner wants to know who’s running Jim Tedisco’s campaign. 
And above is Mark Green at a candidate forum at Fordham.

Elsewhere: Cuomo Soothes, Schumer Cajoles, Silver Slows