Friday Links

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    As City Adds Housing for Poor, Market Subtracts It [NY Times]
    Man Charged in Immigration Fraud Scheme [NY Times]
    Acorn’s Woes Strain Its Ties to Democrats [NY Times]
    41 Charged with Mortgage Fraud [NY Times]
    Giuliani to Campaign with Bloomberg [Newsday]
    Greenlight Bookstore Set to Open
    [NY Daily News]
    Suit vs DUMBO Dock Street Project Claims Conspiracy [NY Daily News]
    CB1 Approves Oddly Controversial Tapas Bar [NY Post]
    Hope for Battered Brooklyn Housing Market [NY Post]
    Unspeakable Conditions Prevail at Two Flatbush Buildings [NY Post]
    Prospect Heights, the Next Cobble Hill [NY Post]
    Leases Signed for Cruise, Beer [Brooklyn Eagle]
    Has the Bust Gone Bust? [Brooklyn Paper]
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