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Saturday, Jan. 12, 2008

Supermarket could come to ‘park’

Bridge ‘Park’: Suddenly, there’s going to be a supermarket in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Comments (7)

Pols: Pull Ratner off the trough

Atlantic Yards: A City Council effort to reign in a tax break enjoyed by Madison Square Garden should bring about a cutback on the massive public subsidies lavished on Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner, two councilmembers demanded this week. Comments (1)

Kruger booed at Coney hearing

Coney Island: A principal opponent of the city’s plan to revitalize Coney Island was booed down at a public meeting on Monday night, prompting city officials to cut off the blustery politician mid-speech. With audio … Comments (3)

Public sees new face of Atlantic Yards

Atlantic Yards: The state’s newly appointed Atlantic Yards ombudsman met with the public for the first time — and here’s what he said. Comment

Downzone ain’t so ‘Grand’

Rezoning: A chorus of Williamsburg residents is complaining that a city proposal to limit high-rise development along Grand Street is too little, too late. Comments (1)

City rejects historic housing plan

Carroll Gardens: The city has shot down a controversial plan to build a row of new, gated-off townhouses in the Cobble Hill Historic District. Comments (1)