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In the News: Margaret Chin on Tribeca’s Most Urgent Issue


••• The Broadsheet asked city councilperson Margaret Chin ten questions, including what “the most urgent, individual priorities” are for each of the neighborhoods she represents. Her response regarding Tribeca: “It is [mitigating the effects of] hugely disruptive infrastructure projects on Chambers Street and now Worth Street [above] that are negatively impacting the quality of life of residents.” The Chambers reconstruction project was completed over two years ago. Perhaps she meant Warren Street.

••• A report on the debate that Chin skipped. —Downtown Express

••• A rundown of the candidates in the city council race. —DNAinfo

••• More on the Pierre Yovanovich show at R & Company. —T

••• “A sightseeing ship full of tourists caught fire near Governors Island on Friday morning, officials said. No injuries were reported.” —New York Post

••• The subjects in this week’s “The Hunt,” in the The New York Times Real Estate section, are a couple who couldn’t bear living near the entrance of the Holland Tunnel anymore—which is interesting given the amount of development in that area. (I sublet at 80 Varick for a summer years ago and the honking was indeed unbearable.)



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