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Thursday, April 14

Front page: Planners see brew pub plans, Siro's permit blocked by injunction

Good morning!

The Saratoga Springs Planning Board got a look at what I expect will be a very exciting project, a brew pub with outdoor seating on Broadway. [Srtgn]

In other city planning and bar related news, the board's decision to regulate Siro's outdoor entertainment has been blocked by a temporary injunction. [DG]

Saratoga County legislators voted to appeal a $1.3 mil bill levied by Hudson River-Black River Regulating District. [Srtgn]

In Albany; Gov. Andrew Cuomo scored some big concessions in a new contract with Council 82, the New York Law Enforcement Officers Union. CSEA and PEF officials were unimpressed by the deal. [AP via Record, DP]

The state Senate gave a Long Island girl cake, and a law in her name, on her 11th birthday. [CapCon]

A new report from the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School shows New Yorkers are lacking basic governmental knowledge. [LoHud]

Bill Clinton laments about the hookers in 1960s Times Square. [CNN]


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