Morning Read: Rarely Met a Perk She Didn’t Like

As head of Coca-Cola’s compensation committee, Cathie Black approved outsize perks, pay and compensation packages.

Gloria Steinem supports Black.

Eric Adams and Marcus Crespo are trying to fast-track a bill that would allow the legislature to vote on chancellor waivers.

Andrew Cuomo is trying to push the legislature to cut $315 million during the special session.

Christine Quinn is examining the city’s role in the food system.

Harlem political leaders rallied for Charlie Rangel.

Emile Milne, Rangel’s longtime press secretary, retiring.

Joe Crowley was passed over for Steve Israel as DCCC chairman.

Hillary Clinton would avoid a TSA patdown.

And Nydia Velazquez rallied for passage of the Dream Act.

A Catskills casino is close to reality.

The NYPD is stepping up enforcement of cyclists.

Scott Stringer’s office has been documenting the “chaos” in the city’s bike lanes.

Adam Lisberg says the Bloomberg Administration is negligent in responding to FOIL requests.

Morning Read: Rarely Met a Perk She Didn’t Like