Roundup: The Future of 9/11 Tributes

NFL - NYCHA Football Officiating Academy - August 17, 2011 (Photo by Leticia Barboza)

9/11: Reading names of victims may not happen after this year. [NY1]

9/11: Bloomberg predicts “the papers will make a big deal” out of whatever happens with the ceremony. [Michael Saul / WSJ]

Liu vs Bloomberg: “The mayor is welcome to conduct his own thorough research and publish it as my office has,” Liu said. [Melissa Russo / NBC]

Greenpoint: Councilman Levin thinks hotel developers bought property in order to open a homeless shelter. Spokesman Stefan Friedman defends the developer. [Linda Collins / Brooklyn Eagle]

Dept. of Corrections: They’re trying to turn things around. [Bob Hennelly / WNYC]

Unions: New one recognized by NYS today. [Rick Karlin / Times Union]

Unions: Formed after 100,000 members rejected “an unpopular contract agreement forged between Council’s 82’s leadership and Andrew Cuomo.” [Nick Reisman / Capital Tonight]

Roundup: The Future of 9/11 Tributes