M.T.A. CEO Elliot Sander said he was "disappointed" to leave his "dream job" in a shakeup.
His departure was announced the day after a $2.26 billion bailout was passed by the state legislature, and called for the consolidation of Sander's job.
Some Hudson Valley businesses are mad about a payroll tax at the heart of that bailout.
Andrew Cuomo's next target: debt settlement companies.
The Star-Gazette writes about Gillibrand's person on the ground in Elmira.
Eliot Spitzer appeared publicly with his wife Silda for the first time since his fall from the governor's mansion.
Casey Seiler writes about Assemblyman Richard Brodsky's crusade against public giveaways to the New York Yankees.
The Rochester Genessee Regional Transportation Authority is waiting for city council approval before invoking eminent domain for the Renaissance Square project.
And below, the inimitable State Senator Ruben Diaz Sr. explains his M.T.A. vote, and how he influenced the overall bill: