Roundup: Goldsmith

Tonight: Bloomberg office vs Council in softball 6 pm, Chelsea Field 27. Vallone, Vacca playing. [Peter Vallone / Facebook] 2012:

Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Goldsmith and Taxi and Limousine Commissioner Yassky today announced that the NV200, designed by Nissan North America, Inc., has been chosen as the winner of the Taxi of Tomorrow competition. May 03, 2011

Tonight: Bloomberg office vs Council in softball 6 pm, Chelsea Field 27. Vallone, Vacca playing. [Peter Vallone / Facebook]

2012: “Cuomo today said President Obama deserves to be re-elected–but hardly sounded enthusiastic about his economic policies.” [Ken Lovett / Daily News]

2012: Cuomo “wants [Gaspard] back in NY after the president’s re-elected.” [Celeste Katz / Daily News]

2012: Independent voters, there are many kinds. [Anna Sale and Brian Lehrer / WNYC]

Fund-raising: Rep. King cites “liberal media” and “reapportionment” as reasons for donors to give. [PeteKing.com]

NY-9: Koch and Schenkler debate whom to support, Weprin or Turner. [QueensTribune.com]

Goldsmiths’ Tenure: “[S]upposed achievements.” [David Seifman and Sally Goldenberg / NY Post]

Economic Councils: First meeting in Albany will be private, but media can talk to members after the fact. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Redistricting: Lawmakers will count prisoners at last known address, not in prison cells. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Unpaid Tickets: NYPD owes more than $1 million, according to source. [Murray Weiss / DNAinfo]

Bloomberg.com: Aides may be using valuable Bloomberg terminals donated to the city for politics. [Harry Siegel / Village Voice]

Bloomberg.com: Bloomberg officials offer a “no-comment.” [nyconvergence.com]

Young Men’s Initiative: “[B]old new program” for Bloomberg. [Mike Xirinach / CBS]

Young Men’s Initiative: “[T]he public will be covering over half the cost.” [Jill Colvin / DNAinfo]

Young Men’s Initiative: “The three year program will reach 315,000 Latinos and blacks.” [blog.latinovations.com]

Young Men’s Initiative: “About 84% of those in the city’s detention facilities are black or Latino, according to Bloomberg’s office.” [CNN]

Young Men’s Initiative: “In an unusual move for an elected official…” [Jennifer Epstein / Politico]

January Regents: Bloomberg’s denotation is a “short-term fix.” Mayor asked Albany to restore funds. [Beth Fertig / WNYC]

Member Items: Ferreras proves they don’t always have to stay in the district. [Rebecca Henely / QueensCampaigner.com]

Public Disturbance: “There were so many policemen around, I don’t think it was scary,” said Liu. [Stephen Brown and Angela Tu / New York Times]

Court: Massa trial proceeds; no change in venue, so far. [Michael Johnson / Capital Tonight] Roundup: Goldsmith