Weekly News Roundup – November 14, 2022

November 14th, 2022

Hochul beats Zeldin to be New York’s first elected female governor - Politico

Voters Approve $4.2B in Climate Spending and 3 Equity Measures in NYC - The City

New York Democrats know who to blame: Themselves - Politico

An Initial Look at Voter Turnout in New York's 2022 General Election - Gotham Gazette

Upper East Side Election Results: Nadler, Bores, Krueger Win - Patch

Nearly 2,600 Apartments for Mentally Ill and Homeless People Sit Vacant - NY Times

More than 430,000 New Yorkers voted early, BOE says - NY1

Mayor Eric Adams might be the fall guy for New York Democrats’ potential big losses next week - CNN

Crime has become a key issue in the New York governor's race. Here's what experts and the numbers say - Buffalo News

At Least 38 Injured in High-Rise Fire in Manhattan - NY Times

Bomb scare temporarily shutters early voting site in Manhattan - Gothamist

What Are Those Mysterious New Towers Looming Over New York’s Sidewalks? - NY Times

Congestion Pricing Study Finds Law Enforcement Officers Are Manhattan’s Most Numerous Car Commuters - Streetsblog

NYC proposes strict Airbnb registration rules to take effect in January - NY Post

New York likely to approve first recreational weed dispensaries this month - AM NY

F-ed Up: Buildings Get Failing Efficiency Grades Following Con Ed Snafu - The City

Already Too Late, City Hall’s Climate Plan Denounced as Too Little - The City

Tenants predict wins in 421a overcharge suits. Landlords beg to differ - Real Deal

The Leyton Wraps Up Construction At 1059 Third Avenue On Manhattan’s Upper East Side - YIMBY

Excavation Underway For 33-Story Tower At 1299 Third Avenue On Manhattan’s Upper East Side - YIMBY

249 East 62nd Street’s Exterior Takes Shape On Manhattan’s Upper East Side - YIMBY

Chetrit plans Upper East Side condo development - Real Deal

Federal appeals court blocks Biden student debt relief program nationwide - CNBC

Mayor Adams to Shut Down Randall’s Island Tent Complex for Asylum-Seekers  - City Limits

Mayor Adams returns focus to state bail laws, days after the election - Gothamist

How blood-and-guts headlines propelled Republicans in New York - Politico

40% of NYC Food Stamp Applicants Left Waiting for Benefits, Data Shows - City Limits

NYC to invest $14.5 million to attack dirty streets - Gothamist

Democrats will keep control of the Senate, NBC News projects - CNBC

Dozens Of Rat-Fighting Trash Cans Arrive On East Side, Menin Says - Patch

Upper East Side Evictions Keep Climbing, With 27 Since August: Data - Patch

NYC migrant crisis highlights long-standing homeless shelter issues - Patch

NYC rolls out traffic safety initiative for darker fall, winter months - Gothamist

How Safe Is the Subway? What Those Who Work There Have to Say. - NYTimes

‘Bathroom bill’ passes in City Council - NY1

Could tech workers do Peace Corps-like stints working for New York City too? - City & State

New York City opens new emergency center for asylum-seekers in a Midtown hotel - City & State

Penn Station Development in Disarray - Our Town

New Yorkers are 'not immune' to voting rights being trampled, says civil rights advocate - Gothamist

Mayor Adams declares water at Riis Houses is now safe, drinks water - Gothamist

'The little guys win': West Village residents rejoice after defeating decades-old sidewalk scaffolding - Gothamist

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