Morning Read: Day One

Michael Bloomberg is arriving at City Hall today by subway, according to his aides [no link].

Clyde Haberman channels Bloomberg. “Most of all, I want to thank the people who really made this day possible. I’m talking about the City Council.”

Percy Sutton’s funeral creates a scheduling problem for David Paterson.

The Times lead editorial is about Bloomberg’s third term.

The Washington Post notices Bloomberg’s new term starts today.

Fox News doesn’t disappear from TimeWarner Cable, just yet.

Ray Kelly says cops should have spotted the sketchy van earlier.

Robert Moregenthau’s last day was long.

He gave the city and the state $268 million.

A “legend.”

The Post runs a few letters from readers questioning the city’s crime statistics.

Tom Doherty gets into Tavern on the Green.

Ed Mangano gets onto the front page of Newsday.

The most politically charged coffee shop in the city, Vox Pop, reopens.

And finally, a woman, in Syracuse.

Morning Read: Day One