Roundup: Cuomo Delivers Invitations, Weprin Gets Support

Mayor Bloomberg hosts tee-ball tournament with Roberto Clemente Foundation, Little League International, former New York Yankee Bernie Williams and Mr. Met. July 26, 2011 (Photo Credit: Kristen Artz)

2013: Voters want public sector experience. [Javier Hernandez / New York Times]

NY-9: More on the threat against Weprin. [David Catanese / Politico]

NY-9: 32BJ for Weprin. [Colby Hamilton / WNYC]

NY-9: “The National Jewish Democratic Council rebuked Koch.” [JTA /]

NY-9: “Does that mean a Weprin victory is tantamount to an endorsement of Obama’s position on borders, which just happens to be essentially the same as that of all presidents dating back to LBJ?” [Douglas Bloomfield / Jewish Week]

Redistricting: Count prisoners in home districts, Brennan Center reminds lawmakers. [Glenn Blain / Daily News]

Economy: Cuomo’s announcement tomorrow is invitation only. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Economy: Marist College president on Cuomo advisory council. [Poughkeepsie Journal]

Sewage Dump: City “was horrible” at alerting residents of the problem, says Espaillat. [Alex Katz / Daily News]

MTA: Plan to borrow $6,9 billion; “ticking time bomb” warns board member. [Jennifer Fermino / NY Post]

Schools: Bloomberg admin happy teacher tenure is harder to get. [Philissa Cramer / Gotham Schools]

Schools: “The city’s Department of Education approved 58 percent of tenure applications this year, down from 89 percent in 2010.” [Yoav Gonen / NY Post]

Church and State: “need to keep praying for the Catholics of Albany that they will persevere until the time comes when they are granted better shepherds.” [Thomas Peters /]

Murdoch: AG Holder to meet 9/11 Families to discuss phone hacking. [Pete Yost / AP]

Media: Should journos leave their Twitter followers behind if they switch jobs? [Florence Pichon /]

Cinema: Imagine Spitzer, as a movie critic. [Clyde Haberman / New York Times]

  Roundup: Cuomo Delivers Invitations, Weprin Gets Support