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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

In the news ...

This is our first "daily roundup" of Bronx issues in the media.

The state Dormitory Authority is asking the Bronx district attorney to investigate a firm it contracted with to build the Bronx Hall of Justice, which is supposed to open this month on East 161st Street. The problems at the building go beyond the parking garage. According to the Post, inspectors found three weld locations on the canopy above the main entrance were not up to snuff. ...

The Highbridge Horizon (and the New York Times) report that the local branch library is set to close for renovations. When the same thing happened about 7 years ago in Norwood, the community demanded a temporary library location until the renovations were complete. And they got it. ...

And City Limits reports on the push for a Housing Court Bill of Rights.


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