The Round-Up: Wednesday

As New York State’s budget gap balloons to a projected $47 billion over the next three and a half years, Paterson seeks federal assistance. [NY Times]

In a controversial new plan, the city would offer 8,400 units at 21 of its public housing developments to New Yorkers with Section 8 vouchers. [NY Times] 

State officials arrest 126 New Yorkers for unemployment fraud as part of a larger enforcement effort. [NY Times] 

Most East Harlem residents are pleased about the arrival of the new Hunter College School of Social Work, though, of course, not those who will have to move to make way for the building.  read more »

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