Nabe News: August 7

Posted on: August 7th, 2008 at 1:11 pm by

State Senator Martin Connor claims the neighborhoods overrun with bars now have a “sympathetic ear” on the State Liquor Authority’s board. Daniel Squadron, his Democratic opponent, wants community boards to have the power to deny liquor licenses in neighborhoods with “high densities of residents and bars.” This includes the EV/LES area [Downtown Express]

Burrittoville gone, there goes the neighborhood [JVNY]

A recent poll shows that nearly 4 of every 5 NY voters support taxing the uber-rich. And why shouldn’t they? [NYSun]

Why you should support Block Drugs in the East Village [GVDP]

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  • laura

    :( i love burritoville. where else can you get an authentic mexican burrito… with tofu sour cream?

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