Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Round'em Up

Here are some Bronx-related stories which we've rounded up for you, our lovely readers, while trolling the interweb with our horse and lasso this fine morning:

The four year construction project on the Henry Hudson Bridge, which connects the Bronx to Inwood, is scheduled to be completed this summer...Great news for drivers, as well as pedestrians and cyclists. []

Bronx residents believe that the DEP's reasoning for continuing to fence off the perimeter of the Jerome Park Reservoir doesn't hold water [Daily News]

More on the newly appointed Kingsbridge Armory task force
[Daily News]

Gay advocate Allen Roskoff turned up at yesterday's City Hall News breakfast and gave Ruben Diaz Jr. the business for voting NO on gay marriage back when he was in the Assembly [Daily News' Daily Politics]

It looks like Hofstra's head hoops coach, Tom Pecora, may be heading over to Fordham to (hopefully) whip the Rams into shape

Bronx Democrat Charlie Ramos is said to be raising money for an unspecified race [Daily News' Daily Politics]

Pedro Espada Jr. wants to make sure that the Farmworkers Bill of Rights comes to an up-or-down vote in the Senate []

Also, Pedro is now in support of putting tolls on East River crossings...The Crain's piece is subscription only, but you can access it by googling "Espada reverses course."


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"A lookout point created by the MTA during the Henry Hudson Bridge construction will be dismantled when the work ends."

Where is this lookout point?