Roundup: A Former Congressman Finally Closes His Campaign Account; Foot Lobbying in Albany

Libya: “Now is not the time to take on new missions,” says Rep. Gibson. [Casey Seiler]

2012: Critiquing T-Paw’s rollout. [Ben Smith]

NY26: Jack Davis files petitions; runs against both parties. [Liz Benjamin]

NY26: “Bellavia would siphon votes from Corwin, but Davis might be more of a drain on both.” [Jimmy Vielkind]

Nuclear: Hopefully somebody leaks details to Dan Hendrick. [Twitter]

Disclosure: Requiring links from elected officials web site to their campaign finance reports. [Joe Spector]

Christine Quinn: Accused of getting a city agency to pay money to settle a dispute in a building that she later moved into. [Celeste Katz]

Christine Quinn: Linking those two facts is “outrageous,” she says. [Jill Colvin]

Vito Fossella: Pays $6,450; closes his campaign account. [Liz Benjamin]

Bail Out: $4 million price tag for state buying homes damaged by leak in NYC drinking-water tunnel. [Adam Bosch]

NYC Budget: City “may have to slash another 2 percent from schools and uniformed services, and 4 percent from other agencies.” [Henry Goldman]

Poverty: “New York City often finds itself at the vanguard of efforts to alleviate the suffering that poverty can cause.” [Monica Potts]

PCBs in Schools: Nadler and Rosenthal say 10 years to remove them from public schools is too long. [HuffPo]

Economic Development: Cuomo’s plans are supported by Democrats, and opposed by Republicans. [Adam Sichko]

Parking Tickets: Fight them online. [Javier Hernandez]

Foot lobbying: Marty Golden endures. [Jimmy Vielkind]

Added: Food Reviews: Political operative now has opinions about eateries. [Michael Oliva]

Roundup: A Former Congressman Finally Closes His Campaign Account; Foot Lobbying in Albany