Will the court rule against urban development — which by definition is far more polluting than, say, an open field of trees — or rule in favor of it on the grounds that dense housing is better for the environment than sprawl?
They had her back, so now she better have theirs. New Yorkers who actually ride the subway supported Gov. Hochul by a much wider margin than her overall 69.5 to 30.3 election victory in the city over Republican Lee Zeldin.
With an eye on next year's budget process starting in January, state legislators and transit advocates began their push for more money for the MTA so the agency doesn't fly off the fiscal cliff and cut service and raise fares.
Yesterday's big story was the announcement by Steve Roth of the cash-strapped real estate giant Vornado that its plans to develop skyscrapers around Penn Station had been put on hold for a while. Plus other news.
Why are so many smart people and groups throwing around words like "corruption" and "handout" and something smelly that "undermines public trust" when discussing the Penn Station project.? Let the Explainer explain it all for you...