Roundup: Member Items, Medical Marijuana and 'Time Sheet Ploys'

Two NYPD cars were parked outside News Corp headquarters yesterday. (photo credit: azi paybarah / observer)

City Council Pay: Koslowitz double dips, Greenfield gets paid from a non-profit he left; Jumaane and Gentile have debt. [Sally Goldenberg / NY Post]

Scandal: “[T]ime sheet ploys” at public authority run by Pataki appointee. [Casey Seiler / Times Union]

Medical Marijuana: Cuomo is neutral. [Michael Whittemore / Capital Tonight]

Schools: “A legal challenge that prompted city education officials to rewrite all of its co-location plans was denied today.” [Philissa Cramer / Gotham Schools]

Council Member Items: “Politics has been driving the distribution of these tax dollars for years,” said Stringer. [Reuben Blau / Daily News]

Council Member Items: Stringer brushed aside 2013 questions. [Javier Hernandez / New York Timess]

Council Member Items: Quinn spokeswoman said they were “proud of the budget reforms the Council has already implemented that increase transparency and accountability—including an online database that the Borough President has embraced today.” [Colby Hamilton / WNYC]

Bloomberg’s Legacy: ” ‘Once Bloomberg leaves a room, it doesn’t exist to him,’ said one source, skeptical that the mayor would care about maintaining his influence after he exits office.”  [Harry Siegel / Village Voice]

And outside News Corp headquarters yesterday were 2 NYPD cars, and a CNN truck and reporter doing live shots.

 

Roundup: Member Items, Medical Marijuana and 'Time Sheet Ploys'