Dana Rubinstein

NY Airport group calls for green-cab pickup:

Though almost a third of all LaGuardia airport passengers and a tenth of all JFK passengers take taxis, "long lines plague passengers during peak travel times," according to the city's only airport advocacy group

Bio: Dana Rubinstein is a reporter for Capital. She has written for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the New York Observer, and the Brooklyn Paper.

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De Blasio’s special Cuomo relationship, activated by Bloomberg

Bill de Blasio has a longstanding relationship with Andrew Cuomo, and in the final days of the primary, it's finally come in handy.

Sep. 9, 2013

 
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Last debate: Lhota loosely embraces Rudy and Catsimatidis proposes a referendum

John Catsimatidis thinks the city might want to consider putting stop-and-frisk to a voter referendum.

Sep. 8, 2013

 
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Quinn defends her campaign from a ‘New Yorker’ attack

This morning, Christine Quinn defended her campaign from criticism in the New Yorker that she has run the wrong campaign.

Sep. 6, 2013

 
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A former Rudin lobbyist volunteers for de Blasio

Bill de Blasio may not like the condos Rudin Management is building near the old St. Vincent's, but that hasn't impacted his relationship with the developer's former lobbyist.

Sep. 6, 2013

 
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How participatory budgeting became normal practice on the New York City Council

Participatory budgeting is now fashionable in New York City.

Sep. 5, 2013

 
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De Blasio responds to a horse-carriage driver about working-class jobs

Today on the Brian Lehrer Show, a horse carriage driver took Bill de Blasio to task for promising to eliminate carriages in Central Park.

Sep. 4, 2013

 
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De Blasio and rivals rule out East River tolls, Thompson differs on a property-tax pledge

With the exception of Bill Thompson, who said "We'll see," all of the Democrats running for mayor vowed not to raise property taxes.

Sep. 4, 2013

 
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Bloomberg: Polls can mislead, de Blasio can speak for himself

This afternoon following a press event in Harlem, several reporters tried in various ways to get Mayor Michael Bloomberg to talk about the people running to replace him.

Sep. 3, 2013

 
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What can the next mayor do about affordable housing that Bloomberg didn’t?

Can’t afford that $2,500-a-month two-bedroom at an "undisclosed address" in Bedford-Stuyvesant or the $2,500 one-bedroom in the South Slope with backyard and something called a "spa bathroom"? The candidates running for mayor are here to help.

Sep. 3, 2013

 
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Safe-streets advocacy group picks de Blasio over Quinn, with Thompson out of the running

StreetsPAC, which advocates for bike- and pedestrian-friendly streets, today will endorse Bill de Blasio for mayor.

Sep. 3, 2013