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POLITICO New York Playbook, presented by Nuclear Matters: DEAN SKELOS' 'gorilla' -- JIMMY MCMILLAN retires -- COMMON CORE report details

12/10/2015 07:00 AM EDT

By Azi Paybarah in Manhattan, Jimmy Vielkind in Albany, and Mike Allen in D.C., with Daniel Lippman

FIRST LOOK AT COMMON CORE TASK FORCE REPORT - POLITICO New York's Keshia Clukey: In its draft report of recommendations to the governor, the Common Core task force is calling for an overhaul of the state's testing system, the creation of new state standards and transparency on those standards' rollout, according to a copy obtained by POLITICO New York. The draft report, given to the majority of task force members for review Wednesday, is expected to be finalized and will likely be released Thursday or Friday, task force members told POLITICO New York. The draft also includes a space for the task force to weigh in on the impact of student test scores on teacher evaluations, and the panel will likely use that space to recommend up to a four-year moratorium, according to a source familiar with the task force's plans. Their recommendations reflect many of the demands made by leaders of the testing opt-out movement. "The governor has not received a final copy of the report and is looking forward to reviewing it,' Gov. Andrew Cuomo's spokeswoman Dani Lever said when asked for comment on the recommendations and whether they will be released Thursday. http://politi.co/1lvY0yN

'RENT' ASUNDER - "Jimmy McMillan, Rent Is Too Damn High Candidate, Is Retiring From Politics," by Times' Alex Burns: "McMillan, the whiskered political showman ... has announced his retirement from the political arena, citing a lack of public support for his agenda. In a news release infused with misspellings and other errors that was dated Tuesday, Mr. McMillan said voters had been 'totally brainwashed' and criticized Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio ... for not securing 'a rent reduction for the people in the cities of Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan and Queens.' 'Rent is too damn high is an international crisis,' he wrote. 'There are many questions the people should ask themselves. I which them the best - I'm out.' The news release said the Rent Is Too Damn High Party was 'for sale, trademark and all,' and listed a Manhattan lawyer, Vincent Imbesi, as a point of contact." http://nyti.ms/1Y4BE3t

DE BLASIO ADMINISTRATION UNCLEAR ON STREET HOMELESSNESS - POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias: At an oversight hearing Wednesday on how Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration is handling the city's homeless population, City Councilman Steve Levin asked Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Gil Taylor exactly how many people are currently living on New York City's streets, without a place to sleep at night.

Levin never got a direct answer. Official data shows the unsheltered homeless population has barely budged between winter 2014 and 2015, hovering at roughly 3,200 people. But New Yorkers say they are seeing something different. And City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton recently said the mayor's administration had been slow to recognize an explosion in the city's population of unsheltered homeless people.

Pointing fingers: The administration has placed whatever blame there may be for the homeless problem on larger economic forces and the bad decisions of other politicians. De Blasio and city officials have said broadly that one of the most significant drivers of the increase in homelessness citywide has been income inequality, writ large: stagnant wages for workers combined with rising rents over the past decade. A report issued earlier this year by City Comptroller Scott Stringer found the city had lost more than 400,000 affordable housing units in the decade between 2002 and 2012. The de Blasio administration and homelessness advocates also fault the elimination of funding in 2011 for the rental subsidy program Advantage - an action they describe as a costly error in judgment on the part of both the administrations of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Gov. Andrew Cuomo. People who were using the program have become part of the city's shelter system.

Controlling the narrative: "Commissioner Bratton said that the population has exploded," Levin asked Taylor Wednesday. "Do you believe that that's true?" "I believe there has been some increase, but I can't quantify that for you," Taylor responded. The city does not have a daily census of its unsheltered homeless population, but is working briskly to come up with a way to count them, Taylor said. http://politi.co/1NcwMq2

MARK YOUR CALENDAR -- De Blasio to speak at ABNY next week -- POLITICO New York's Sally Goldenberg: Mayor Bill de Blasio will deliver a speech at the Association for a Better New York on Dec. 17. In a mass email to ABNY members, chairman Bill Rudin said the mayor "will be discussing critical issues facing NYC." The program is set to begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Grand Hyatt Empire Ballroom on East 42nd Street. During his last appearance before the business-backed civic organization in March, de Blasio delivered a wide-ranging speech in which he called on business leaders to raise employee pay while he pushed Albany to mandate a higher minimum wage. The governor has since announced his support for raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. http://politi.co/1NWcAMo

TABS -- Post: "MATCH DOT BOMB: ISIS eyed in killer's Web woo" -- News [with pic of Russell Simmons and Trump]: Hey, Donald: Shut the $#&* UP!" -- Metro [with a pic of Trump]: "CHUMP" -- amNY: "NEW LEASE ON LIFE: Good news, Manhattan renters: This could be your best year since '09" -- Hamodia: "Assembly Speaker Heastie Off to Israel For Weeklong Trip" -- El Diario [translated]: Trump, enough already!

FRONT PAGES -- NYT, 1-col. above the fold: "Rubio Measures Delivers a Blow to Health Law: Insurers Say Premiums May Rise for Many" -- WSJNY, 4-col. above the fold: "Skelos Defense: No Crime: Witnesses tried to use senator, attorneys say: prosecutors warn jury about 'distractions'"

IN CLOSING ARGUMENTS, PROSECUTORS WARN OF DEAN SKELOS' GORILLA - POLITICO New York's Josefa Velasquez: During closing arguments in the corruption trial against state Sen. Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, a lawyer for the younger Skelos told jurors that the government's case against the former majority leader relies on burdening the jury with heaps of emails, phone calls and witness testimony to distract jurors from the lack of a supposed smoking gun. "Why has the government introduced all of this material?" Christopher Conniff asked the jury. "All of the material has been introduced to distract you."

During the prosecution's rebuttal, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jason Masimore said Anthony Bonomo and Charles Dorego had similar stories because "they experienced the Skelos shakedown playbook." Chapter one of the playbook, Masimore said: find a Long Island-based business that spends money lobbying Dean Skelos ... Masimore compared the elder Skelos' power as majority leader to a poem in Shel Silverstein's "Where the Sidewalk Ends," titled "Gorilla." In the poem, a school-aged child brings a gorilla to school and everyone suddenly starts being nice to him, despite the child's shortcomings. "The gorilla is the power of the office of the senate majority leader ... This power could make or break any business," Masimore said, comparing Adam Skelos to the child in the poem and the elder Skelos to the gorilla. The companies that employed Adam Skelos "didn't want Senator Skelos to unleash his gorilla," Masimore said. http://politi.co/1HVBJ7N

-- Earlier in the day, a lawyer for Dean Skelos, Robert Gage, said that the senator never traded jobs for his son in exchange of favorable votes on key legislation. "At the core, at the bottom, nothing, nothing was traded here...Senator Skelos did not intend for anything to be traded," he said. http://politi.co/1ORenBs

WHO DOES CUOMO SPEND TIME WITH? - POLITICO New York's Bill Mahoney: Over the past four years, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has listed more official meetings with Jay Z than with Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. The governor doesn't spend a ton of time with the rapper - he appears in Cuomo's public schedules just twice, once for a December, 2014 meeting in which the two discussed criminal justice reforms, and for a phone meeting the following month. But he's had fewer meetings with the state comptroller in recent years, at least according to his publicly released schedules. The last time DiNapoli appeared on the governor's schedule was in December, 2012, when Cuomo met with the state's Electoral College delegation.

As a measure of how the governor spends his time, these schedules are far from perfect. He's likely encountered individuals like the comptroller and attorney general multiple times at widely-attended events for which he doesn't identify all the participants - both, for example, annually shake hands with Cuomo on the stage of the State of the State, but don't appear in his schedules for passing encounters like that. But they do provide the best publicly-available window into how Cuomo has spent his time and the only apples-to-apples measurement of whom he's lent his ear to the most. http://politi.co/1NNAVxD

** A Message from Nuclear Matters: Providing more than 61 percent of New York's carbon-free electricity, nuclear energy plants play a vital role in achieving our clean-energy and carbon-reduction goals. New York's nuclear energy fleet supports about 18,000 jobs and provides $2.5 billion to the state's GDP. Learn more at NuclearMatters.com. **

HURRY UP AND WAIT -- How Long Is Too Long To Wait for an Ambulance? -- WNYC's Brigid Bergin: "It was dinnertime on May 21, 2014 when Danny Cruz began suffering from a severe asthma attack while at home with his wife and three daughters in a ground floor apartment at the Red Hook East Houses in north Brooklyn. His family called 911 for an ambulance - twice. Approximately 12 and-a-half minutes after the first 911 call, the EMS operator finally said the ambulance had arrived. That was above the average response time for an ambulance. They took Danny to the hospital, where he died after nearly two weeks on life support.

Part of the reason for those delays can be traced back to a merger that combined EMS with the fire department nearly twenty years ago. The number of medical calls has steadily increased over the last twenty years, as the city's population has grown and aged. It's changed the nature of work for the fire department. But the agency has been too slow to integrate EMS, according to a report released Wednesday from the Citizens Budget Commission. The Cruz case is a worst-case scenario. But it raises the question: How long should someone have to wait when the city says assistance is on the way? http://bit.ly/1IUwr7b

TRUMP ATTACK -- New York's political class rallies against Republican front runner -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: A group of clergy leaders and New York elected officials had a message to deliver Wednesday: Donald Trump is not a true New Yorker.

Chanting "enough is enough" and "dump Trump," members of the City Council, led by the Council's Democratic speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, railed against the Republican frontrunner during a boisterous rally on the steps of City Hall, in the wake of comments Trump made this week proposing "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States."

"What Donald Trump has called for - banning Muslims from entering our nation - is xenophobic, racist, Islamophobic, and his fear-mongering is fanning hate," Mark-Viverito said. "We will not let Trump's xenophobic rhetoric go unchecked and unchallenged. There's nothing left to say about Donald Trump, except that he is a disgusting, racist demagogue who has no business running for president, period."

The lone supporter: The rally was briefly interrupted by a woman whose lone shouts managed to drown out Mark-Viverito's speech, as she screamed "Long live Trump," "I love Trump," and "Trump is a peaceful man," asking the rally goers "not to demonize him." The woman was removed from the City Hall plaza by police officers as Mark-Viverito attempted to speak over her. http://politi.co/1IVV8QG

-- MEANWHILE... "A Bald Eagle Attacked Donald Trump During A Photo Shoot" via BuzzFeed: http://bzfd.it/1lvwul2

DE BLASIO THE ENFORCER -- Daily News' Edgar Sandoval and Jennifer Fermino: Hizzoner spotted a truck driver in Brooklyn run a red light and drive the wrong way down the block on Wednesday, so he had his detail pull the unlucky guy over, sources said. The detail, who had been sitting in the black SUV they use to drive the mayor around, quickly discovered the man had no registration on the truck and wasn't licensed to be behind the wheel of such a large vehicle, sources said. Franky Matarrese was hit with 13 violations - including driving the wrong way on a two-way street, running a red light, and being unqualified to operate a vehicle for driving with an out-of-class license. He was also hit with failure to yield to a pedestrian - presumably the mayor who was in the crosswalk when the man ran the red light. http://nydn.us/1Ncpum6

HAPPENING TODAY-"Thousands expected to rally for improved safety at construction sites" by POLITICO New York's Sally Goldenberg: "With the rate of injuries and deaths at construction projects on the rise in New York City, thousands of unionized workers are expected to gather outside City Hall on Thursday to demand new safety protocols. City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Public Advocate Letitia James have committed to attending; Mayor Bill de Blasio has been invited, but has not confirmed whether he plans to go, Gary LaBarbera, president of the Building Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, said in an interview." http://politi.co/1M3ZchZ

BIG DEAL-"Billy Macklowe, Principal Financial buy Hell's Kitchen office building for $107M," by Real Deal's Mark Maurer: "Billy Macklowe's William Macklowe Company and a subsidiary of Iowa-based Principal Financial Group acquired a 14-story office building in Hell's Kitchen from Atlas Capital Group for $107 million, sources told The Real Deal. This is the third trade in five years for the 186,000-square-foot property at 311 West 43rd Street. Located between Eighth and Ninth avenues, it is perhaps best known as the former headquarters of publishing giant Charles Scribner's Sons and is home to Michelin-starred Chinese eatery Hakkasan." http://bit.ly/21QlFun

DASTARDLY DEED-"Latest Cyberthreat: Stealing Your House," by WSJ's Laura Kusisto: A frightening trend has emerged in Manhattan and elsewhere throughout the country: deed fraud. The Journal featured a 79-year-old property investor with a Harlem Brownstone that she lost when the deed was sold without her knowledge. There have been 30 related incidents in Manhattan, where new deeds were forged to sell homes. Similar trends are unfolding in Chicago and Detroit. http://on.wsj.com/1M4fYxm

JOSEPH PERCOCO'S NEXT JOB - Wall Street Journal's Erica Orden: "One of Cuomo 's longest-serving and most loyal aides, Joseph Percoco, has struck a deal to take a top post with a company whose executive chairman is one of the governor's most prominent donors: the Madison Square Garden Co. Mr. Percoco, 46 years old, is expected in January to assume a newly created position as the company's senior vice president. The role is certain to draw on his years of service with Mr. Cuomo, but in doing so may pose complications given the restrictions of public-officers law. Mr. Percoco confirmed his plans in response to an inquiry from The Wall Street Journal concerning his talks with the Garden. In his new job, he is to work on Madison Square Garden Co.'s national business and policy development, including helping develop new types of live events and adding other assets and brands to its corporate portfolio. Under public-officers law, however, Mr. Percoco, will face limitations on his work for the company, particularly a two-year ban on lobbying the executive chamber or any state agency." http://on.wsj.com/1OjHuZq

ON THE MOVE: Irene Baker has left Madison Square Garden and will become JPMorgan's vice president for government relations in the northeast. Baker was previously Cuomo's director of cabinet affairs. Ryan Whalen, a TWC News reporter in Buffalo, has officially joined the Capital Tonight team. The New York School Boards Association elected Nassau BOCES board member Susan Bergtraum to a one-year term as president, William Miller of Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton- Otsego BOCES as first vice president, Fred Langstaff of Eastern Suffolk BOCES as 2nd vice president, and Thomas Nespeca of Webster and Monroe 1 BOCES to his third term as treasurer.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Albany politician Cory Ellis, Daily News City Hall reporter Erin Durkin, fundraiser Cindy Darrison.

LATE-NIGHT BEST -- "The Daily Show Cringes Through GOP's Pandering to Jewish Group [RJC]" - Video http://bit.ly/1OjImx2

ABOUT LAST NIGHT -- "Jeb Lights Menorah with NYU Hillel in NYC," by Jewish Insider's Jacob Kornbluh: "Jeb joined some 40 NYU-Hillel students at the NYU Bronfman Center in lower Manhattan for a menorah lighting ceremony on the 4th night of Hanukkah. Before watching on one of the students lighting the menorah, Jeb pulled out a few pairs of colored socks from his father's collection. ... In exchange, Bush was given a pen with Tefilat Haderech (travelers prayer) to keep him safe during his run for the White House." http://bit.ly/1mcfUa4

MEDIA MORNING -- "The best and worst journalism of 2015," by Columbia Journalism Review's David Uberti: "The best [:] ... Aylan Kurdi ... Covering sports leagues as institutions ... Bill Cosby's accusers ... 'Failure Factories' ... A deep look into Warren Buffett's mobile home empire ... Grace under pressure ... Making science more accessible ... 'Inside Assad's Syria' ... John Oliver's acts of journalism ... The worst [:] ... Brian Williams' memory ... Breaking coverage after mass shootings and police brutality ... Millennials as a symbol of American decline ... On the other hand...The year of Trump ... Islamophobia after acts of terrorism ... Gawker's high-water mark." http://bit.ly/1ltgNLk

DE BLASIO ADMINISTRATION DOESN'T GIVE CLARITY ON STREET HOMELESSNESS - POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias: At an oversight hearing Wednesday on how Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration is handling the city's homeless population, City Councilman Steve Levin asked Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Gil Taylor exactly how many people are currently living on New York City's streets, without a place to sleep at night.

Levin never got a direct answer. Official data shows the unsheltered homeless population has barely budged between winter 2014 and 2015, hovering at roughly 3,200 people. But New Yorkers say they are seeing something different. And City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton recently said the mayor's administration had been slow to recognize an explosion in the city's population of unsheltered homeless people.

Pointing fingers: The administration has placed whatever blame there may be for the homeless problem on larger economic forces and the bad decisions of other politicians. De Blasio and city officials have said broadly that one of the most significant drivers of the increase in homelessness citywide has been income inequality, writ large: stagnant wages for workers combined with rising rents over the past decade. A report issued earlier this year by City Comptroller Scott Stringer found the city had lost more than 400,000 affordable housing units in the decade between 2002 and 2012. The de Blasio administration and homelessness advocates also fault the elimination of funding in 2011 for the rental subsidy program Advantage - an action they describe as a costly error in judgment on the part of both the administrations of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Gov. Andrew Cuomo. People who were using the program have become part of the city's shelter system.

Controlling the narrative: "Commissioner Bratton said that the population has exploded," Levin asked Taylor Wednesday. "Do you believe that that's true?" "I believe there has been some increase, but I can't quantify that for you," Taylor responded. The city does not have a daily census of its unsheltered homeless population, but is working briskly to come up with a way to count them, Taylor said. http://politi.co/1NcwMq2

PARK FIGHT -- More council members upset with de Blasio over park alliance -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: Two more council members are joining Councilman Rory Lancman in voicing their displeasure to Mayor Bill de Blasio about being left out of the recently announced Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Alliance. In a letter sent to the mayor, Council Members Koo and Karen Koslowitz joined Lancman in saying they should have been included in the alliance, and they accuse the administration of not being transparent about the process that went into creating it.

"We represent approximately half the territory of Flushing Meadows ­Corona Park and three ­quarters of the communities abutting the park, and we write to express our extreme dissatisfaction with the process used to create the FMCP Alliance as well as our exclusion from representation on its board," the letter reads. De Blasio and Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland announced the creation of the park alliance last month, two and half years after Ferreras-Copeland convinced the United States Tennis Association to commit millions of dollars to help underwrite a privately-funded conservancy for Flushing Meadows - Queens' largest park. READ THE LETTER: http://politi.co/1NWeXit

THE HOME TEAMS -- POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: The Mets (yes, the Mets!) were active on Wednesday, trading Jon Niese for Neil Walker, and signing Asdrubal Cabrera to a two-year deal worth $18.5 million. Walker is similar to Daniel Murphy (regular season version) while Cabrera is a kind of Wilmer Flores aspirational figure as a shortstop. So expect about the same infield defense in 2016, but with some veteran presence attached to it. Also, both are switch-hitters, which gives Terry Collins more daily options. It's small-bore stuff, though, which provides limited help to a lineup that needs more, at the cost of a small fraction of what the Mets pulled in just in their postseason run alone.

-- The Times' Michael Powell says Ben Zobrist was never the Mets' guy, but wishes they had the means to go for an Upton or a Heyward: http://nyti.ms/1IFwiJX

-- Jazz beat the Knicks, 106-85: http://goo.gl/dwaTa2

-- St. John's edged Niagara in men's basketball, 48-44, and it was as ugly as it sounds.

-- The day ahead: the Nets host the woeful Sixers. The Knicks are in Sacramento.

SAILING BREAK -- "America's Cup Races Returning to NYC in May," by DNAinfo's Irene Plagianos: "The fastest sailors in the world are headed to the Hudson River this spring. A series of warm-up races for America's Cup, the sailing world's most prestigious event, will hit the waters off of Battery Park City in May, the America's Cup announced. The high-speed regatta, slated for May 7 and May 8, marks the first time America's Cup events have taken place in New York City since 1920." http://dnain.fo/1QgV8CG

#UpstateAmerica: Wegman's Wonderplace, a children's play area, is opening at the Smithsonian. http://bit.ly/1mbcO6d

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In New York, nuclear energy plants provide 31 percent of the state's electricity and 61 percent of our carbon-free electricity. The existing nuclear energy plants in New York also support about 18,000 jobs and provide $2.5 billion to the state's GDP.

If we want to keep New York working, we need policies that will keep New York's state-of-the-art nuclear energy plants working for all of us. Join us at NuclearMatters.com **

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