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  • On the town: Gov's guys hit Rao's in E. Harlem

     
    Was that really Gov. David Paterson???s top aide, Secretary Charles O???Byrne, and Deputy Secretary for Public Safety Michael Balboni, among the half-dozen seated one of the 11 tables at the famously exclusive Rao???s restaurant in East Harlem Thursday...
  • Top tales of the morning

     
    In the politics of terrorism, fatal anthrax mailings that followed the 2001 Al Qaeda airplane attacks came to illustrate government agencies' frustrated failure to catch and nab an important criminal or criminals. Now the suicide of a U.S. Army......
  • Top of the week: Ten on tap

     
    Gov. David Paterson's fiscal alarm bells continue to be greeted in some quarters with the urgency that an over-hyped fire drill might inspire. Accounts are here, here, and here. McCain is likely to get Obama to choose his VP first.......
  • In red-hot Senate scrum, Dems' ex-leader faces test

     
    Former Senate Minority Leader Martin Connor (D-Brooklyn) -- a veteran lawmaker who was unseated from the post by now-Gov. David Paterson earlier in the decade -- is getting what seems to be a serious primary from Dan Squadron, a fellow......
  • Mike Bloomberg, the Toots Shor of NYC politics, lauds Hil

     
    Decades ago in New York, there were bigtime night-club owners who'd bring together celebrities for events that won faithful notice in the social columns of the newspapers. They'd promote celebrities by offering a stage and booking their acts. Last night,....
  • State, Suffolk resume talks in highway patrol standoff

     
    Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy had a face-to-face meeting with William Cunningham, senior aide to Gov. David Paterson, on Wednesday, for the first time since last month, when the county cut back highway patrols from the Long Island Expressway......
  • On eve of endorsements, NYSUT slams Senate tax vote

     
    Three days ago the Republican-run state Senate voted 38-20 to limit to four percent the annual increases in the tax amount homeowners pay toward school budgets. Today, representatives in the 600,000-member New York State United Teachers ??? which has........
  • The 4 percent solution: Suozzi strikes back at WFP

     
    Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi, head of the state commission examining property taxes, today blasted the television ads and mailings by opponents of Gov. David A. Paterson???s tax cap, saying they were "flailing" and "inconsistent." Speaking to...
  • Working Families ad: Eerie music, hitting Paterson

     
    The Working Families Party ad whacking Gov. David Paterson for the proposed property tax cap, posted below, is an odd creation. For one thing, a number of the candidates running this year with WFP support have either voted or voiced......
  • Paterson calls into the FAN on 'Dog' day afternoon

     
    We report today from the intersection of broadcast media, state government and sports. Gov. David Paterson called into WFAN sports radio today to offer encouragement to Mike Francesa, the remaining half of "Mike and the Mad Dog," on the occasion......
  • Busted political-bond week in NY: When $$ gets tight

     
    This is the week of the broken alliance. So on Wednesday, as noted here, the state Working Families Party, which went all out for the Eliot Spitzer-David Paterson ticket two years ago, launched an advertising assault against the new......
  • New MTA board member tapped by Paterson

     
    Allen Cappelli, a former consultant to New York City builders and longtime Democratic strategist, has been tapped by Gov. David Paterson for the board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, subject to state Senate confirmation. He'd replace the...