Roundup: Goldsmith was Frustrated, Mangano's Spox Crashed Dem Presser

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Mayor Bloomberg with Democratic Assembly candidate Phil Goldfeder, on August 2. (via Goldfeder's facebook page)

NY-9: “Turner Offers $1,000 Reward To Decipher Weprin Palestinian Authority Remarks.” [Yeshiva World]

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NY-9: “Weprin’s spokeswoman, Elizabeth Kerr, later said Weprin does back Obama’s re-election.” [Reid Epstein / Politico]

NY-9: Weprin supporter criticizes Turner spokesman. [City Hall News]

Toll Hikes: Unclear Cuomo will support Port Authority plans. [Josh Margolin / NY Post]

Toll Hikes: If approved, Cuomo and Christie have 10 days to veto it. [Michael Grynbaum / New York Times]

City Hall: Goldsmith departure may not change DOT much. [Noah Kazis / Streetsblog]

City Hall: Goldsmith for Holloway switch predicted a month ago. [Adam Lisberg / City Hall News]

City Hall: Goldsmith was frustrated with government bureaucracy here. [Mary Schneiderand and Alex Campbell / IndyStar.com]

CIty Hall: Greenfield is shocked, shocked about Goldsmith’s complaints. [Twitter]

Senate Spending: “[T]he Dems left a $7.7 million deficit when the lost power at the end of the year.” [Rick Karlin / Times Union]

Senate Spending: “[W]e have significantly cut spending,” said Senate Dem spokesman. [Michael Johnson / Capital Tonight]

Attendance: “Mangano’s spokesman, Brian Nevin, crashed their news conference in Mineola to accuse the legislature’s chief Democrat of missing work ‘for months.'” [Newsday]

Green: “Plastic supermarket bags are now banned in East Hampton Village.” [Joseph Mallia / Newsday]

Probe: “New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the proposed $8.5 billion Bank of America settlement of investor losses from 530 mortgage-backed securities is ‘unfair’ and trustee Bank of New York Mellon engaged in ‘repeated fraud’ in connection with the securities sale.” [AP]

Crazy: McMillan makes everyone regret he’s not in office. [NY Post]

Media: NYO returning to broadsheet. [Kat Stoeffel / NYO]

 

Roundup: Goldsmith was Frustrated, Mangano's Spox Crashed Dem Presser