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POLITICO New York Playbook: ALBANY BUDGET deal -- DE BLASIO on Clinton -- BERNIE in the Bronx

04/01/2016 07:05 AM EDT

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

A BUDGET DEAL EMERGES-POLITICO New York's Jimmy Vielkind: Gov. Andrew Cuomo capped another day of back-and-forth with legislators by announcing, with three hours to spare before a midnight deadline, a "final resolution" on "the best budget" he has brokered since taking office in 2011. The spending plan will total $147.2 billion - about $1.4 billion more than the budget Cuomo proposed in January. Major appropriations bills had not yet been introduced for the public to view when the Democratic governor and his top aides began speaking to reporters in the Capitol's ceremonial Red Room, but Cuomo insisted that leaders of the Assembly and State Senate - who were not present for the announcement - had signed off on it.

It is likely to be fully adopted later today, technically past the budget deadline for the second year in a row but in a timely fashion for the sixth time during Cuomo's tenure. According to the administration, the budget will increase aid to public schools by $1.5 billion and maintain tuition rates at SUNY and CUNY. It will appropriate $27 billion for the New York State Thruway Authority and Department of Transportation's capital program and trim income taxes for New Yorkers making between $40,000 and $300,000. And it will create a system of paid family leave starting in 2018 and increase the minimum wage to $15, using different formulas and procedures for different regions in the state.

-- Assembly and Senate pull all-nighters -- POLITICO's Bill Mahoney:

-- Jesse McKinley and Vivian Yee in the New York Times: "For Mr. Cuomo, the wage agreement came with clear concessions, as some lawmakers outside the city won a softer phase-in period. Long Island and Westchester County will not reach a $15 wage for nearly six years; areas north of Westchester are assured only of reaching $12.50 by 2021. In announcing the $15 wage, New York became the second state to embrace that threshold; California lawmakers passed a similar measure only hours earlier on Thursday. The movement began in earnest in New York City in late 2012, when fast-food workers began the so-called Fight for $15, which became a nationwide effort to increase wages and support unions."

-- The budget includes a proposal for 12-weeks of employee-funded paid family leave, making it the most expansive program in the country. Beginning in January 2018, employees would be eligible to earn up to 50 percent of their average weekly wage - not to exceed 50 percent of the statewide average weekly wage - while on leave to care for an ill relative, to bond with a newborn child or when a family member is called to active military duty.

--The agreement calls for a gradual reduction in income tax rates through 2025. Cuomo said the new rate would be the lowest in 70 years and will place New York "right in the middle of the pack in states."

-- News' Ken Lovett and Glenn Blain: "Senate Democrats and Assembly Republicans, who were frozen out of the budget talks because they are in the minority, complained that the budget was being enacted with little chance for public scrutiny of the bills. Instead, Cuomo gave the Legislature special permission to waive the usual requirement that bills age for three days before being acted upon. 'When we studied budgets in school, this wasn't how it worked,' Sen. Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) said during a floor debate."

HUD IG QUESTIONS CUOMO SANDY SPENDING - POLITICO New York's David Giambusso: "The inspector general for the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development said the Cuomo administration did not follow protocol in issuing some Community Development Block Grant funds in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. "Our review determined that State officials did not always adequately verify the eligibility of award recipients and their awarded funds and did not recapture preliminary award funds disbursed to ineligible businesses in a timely manner," HUD said in a statement Thursday. Cuomo officials said the statements by the agency's inspector general reflected audits of specific small business grants and loans, and that in many cases, corrective action had already been taken."

DOI SUBPOENAS DCAS IN RIVINGTON HOUSE DEAL -- Post's Yoav Gonen:"The Department of Investigation issued subpoenas Thursday to city workers and a Brooklyn nursing home operator as part of a probe into a real estate deal that netted the firm a $72 million windfall - with the city's help, a source told The Post. The subpoenas went to staffers in the Dept. of Citywide Administrative Services - the agency that lifted restrictions on a property that had been reserved for community uses at 45 Rivington St. - and to officers at the Allure Group, a Brooklyn health care firm."

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I am so sick of the Sanders' campaign lying about me." -- Hillary Clinton to an activist at an event in Purchase, NY, via Daily News' Leonard Greene:

BONUS QUOTE OF THE DAY: "The old generation, they're on this Clinton thing." -- Spike Lee, at a Bernie Sanders rally in the Bronx, via POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Nick "Buckeye" Benson, NY AG Eric Schneiderman's senior deputy press secretary ... City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito ... Joe Rappaport, who advises the Taxis For All Campaign and other clients ... SATURDAY: Jim O'Grady, WNYC reporter and Moth storyteller ... NBA marketing executive Danny Kanner ... Dana Rubinstein, POLITICO New York Senior Reporter ... the late Rodney King ... SUNDAY: Jonathan Martin, NYT national political correspondent, POLITICO alum ... and actor Alec Baldwin.

TABS -- Post: "HILL'S SLIP IS SHOWING: Bernie surges in NY poll" -- Daily News: "Protectors of the predators: GOP boss 'too busy' to address kid-rape law; His No. 2: Fixing statue is unfair to pervs" -- SEE THEM:

-- Newsday: "SUFFOLK CONSERVATIVE PARTY CHIEF GUILTY" -- Hamodia: "Fire Destroys Shul in Kiryas Joel" -- El Diario [translated]: Monitor the rezoning

FRONT PAGES -- NYT, 1-col., above the fold: "DEAL ON BUDGET IN ALBANY RAISES MINIMUM WAGE" -- WSJNY, 4-col., above the fold: "N.Y. Reaches Budget Deal" -- SEE THEM:

LOCAL -- QUEENS -- Queens Tribune's 46th anniversary edition: -- Southeast Queens Press: "THEIR CIVIC DUTY: Voter registration drive hits SEQ high school" -- Times Ledger: "GOP hopeful Kasich makes case in Queens" -- Queens Chronicle, south: "KASICH HAS A SLICE OF QUEENS" -- Bay Ridge Courier: "PRINCE DEPOSED! City will sell infamous Prince Hotel to recoup outstanding fines" -- Downtown Express: "BIG BUCKS! LMDC awards $50M for Downtown projects" -- Bronx Times: "PARENTS WANT PRINCIPAL OUT"

SAVE THE DATE -- April 7 -- U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch speaks at the David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia.

April 9 -- "Shamilton," The Inner Circle Show. SEE THE COVER:

-- April 12 -- National Action Network's annual convention, at the Sheraton. SEE THE SCHEDULE:

SHARPTON ON 2016 -- Suzanna Andrews in Vanity Fair: "What keeps Sharpton up at night is a great fear, he says, that everything it took so much sweat and blood and sacrifice to achieve will be taken away. First he worries about an America without Barack Obama. What will happen when 'he walks out of there, and there is not even the symbol of a black family walking out of the White House every day, going to Air Force One. I worry that the despair and emotions on the ground escalate. 'Cause not only do we feel we're not getting justice, we're not feeling we're being assuaged by someone that we feel is at least sensitive to those needs. And I don't know that America is ready or has adequately prepared to deal with that.'

"The state of the presidential election deeply alarms Sharpton, 'when I look at the fervor that Donald Trump has been able to cause-it started with the birther thing, then Mexicans, then the misogynist stuff, and he's been able to leverage that with no policies, no background, and be the front runner? There is an ugly spirit in this country and we've got to have some real ways of digging in to fight this.... To start questioning the first black president's birth certificate?'"

-- Corporate donors: "[National Action Network] has benefited from Sharpton's growing influence in political circles. In 2014, contributions to NAN reached a record high-nearly $7 million, slightly more than a $2 million increase over the year before. With a membership that is not wealthy, much of that money comes from corporate donors. Sharpton's birthday party at the Four Seasons alone raised $1 million in one night for NAN, from such corporations as AT&T, Walmart, Verizon, McDonald's, and GE Asset Management."

-- On Tawana Brawley: "He parses the Brawley case like a lawyer; each individual decision he made was correct, so the whole must be right. What should he apologize for: Believing the lawyers? Believing a teenager who said she was the victim of a terrible crime? 'If I say I'm sorry I believed them, then I am sorry I believe Eric Garner, and I'm sorry I believe Michael Brown. I mean: what are you supposed to say?'"

-- Sean Hannity's headline: "Sharpton Predicts Unrest In The Streets Once Obama Leaves Office"

DON'T SMOKE 'EM IF YOU GOT 'EM - Newsday's Joan Gralla: "New York State's sweeping ban on smoking cigarettes in state parks was upheld Thursday by the state's highest court. The Court of Appeals ruled that the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation did not overstep its authority when it barred people from smoking cigarettes at its nearly 215 parks and historic sites. Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey said in a statement: 'As today's decision unanimously affirms, no smoking in designated areas of State Parks is a sound public policy that protects public health and safety, and makes our pools, playgrounds, beaches and other outdoor facilities healthier and cleaner places for all.' "


DE BLASIO ON CLINTON'S ENDORSEMENT, SANDERS' AGENDA -- Dante and Chiara 'are very much of their generation' -- POLITICO's ANNIE KARNI: Now, with a contested and closely-watched Democratic primary in New York on April 19, the progressive mayor is getting the big stage he wants and Clinton, who is struggling to deliver a decisive victory in her home state, will get the kind of help she needs.

They are planning to hold a joint event together ahead of the April 19 primary, a campaign official told POLITICO, and the campaign and City Hall staff are currently in discussions to work out the details. In an interview, de Blasio pledged his faith and loyalty to Clinton, a final shot at redemption with a campaign that appears to have cooled toward him after a series of exasperating moments.

-- "I have my own ideas for how to be helpful," de Blasio told POLITICO Thursday. "We'll listen first. I do have a day job, but I expect to have a substantial schedule in helping in any way I can."

-- "I'm trying to live out my values," he explained of his Clinton endorsement. "I have a long history with Hillary and a real belief that she's put forward a real vision. I very consistently note Bernie has made tremendous contributions. What he's doing is very helpful for this country and for the party."

-- The mayor also hinted that his famous children, Dante and Chiara ... may be feeling the Bern. "We scrupulously don't speak for Dante and Chiara," he said. "If they have anything to say, they'll say it." But then he admitted: "There's a really powerful generational reality, and they are very much of their generation." The de Blasio kids, both college students, are part of the millennial generation that has flocked to Sanders -- and that Clinton has struggled to appeal to. "This much I can say: They are very distressed by inequality, both are very concerned about college debt and what it means," de Blasio said, ticking off the main platforms of Sanders' campaign. "... They have not articulated a whole lot to us on the candidate side. They're both adults. If they want to say, they'll say."

UNION CIRCUIT -- Bill Clinton rallies the troops for an 'important race' -- POLITICO New York's Dana Rubinstein: During back-to-back speeches on Thursday, former president Bill Clinton implored union members across New York City to vote for his wife in the upcoming presidential primary, and convince others to vote for her, too. "We have to work to make people understand this is an important race," he told a diverse crowd of health care workers in Midtown, in the first of four speeches he would deliver that day. "And we cannot do that, she cannot do that, without you." "We will!" yelled a woman from the crowd. Getting out the vote is particularly important because New York State, said Clinton, has turnout issues.

With New York's primary approaching on April 19, the race appearing to tighten and Hillary Clinton hoping to finally, perhaps, push Sanders out of the race entirely, her local campaign is redoubling its efforts. Two hours after the former president's first speech, he traveled to a gilded masonic hall on West 23rd Street to make a very similar one, this time to a crowd of mostly white, mostly middle-aged members of the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York.

BERNIE IN THE BRONX -- POLITICO New York's Laura Nahmias: A hoarse-sounding Bernie Sanders visited the South Bronx on Thursday, holding a rally on a balmy spring night with crowd his campaign estimated at about 18,500. The rally came less than three weeks before the state's April 19 primary, which is expected to be New York's most competitive race since 1988. It will feature a native New Yorker (Sanders) versus a transplant, Hillary Clinton. Sanders faces long odd, but the rally came as Clinton's lead in her adopted state has shrunk. A new Quinnipiac Poll released Thursday shows Clinton leading Sanders by 12 points, 54 percent to 42 percent. The gap has significantly narrowed since the last time New York's voters were polled. Separate polls in February and mid-March showed Clinton leading Sanders by 21 and 48 points.

Before the rally began, Bronx City Councilman Ritchie Torres, who at age 28 is one of the council's youngest members, stood near one of the security gates. "Of course I'm here," he said. "I'm part of the millennial generation!" And Bronx Democratic Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda was one of several individuals who introduced Sanders. Sepulveda said that while he is "a proud Democrat," he is "not part of the Democratic establishment," telling the crowd at the rally that he had been pressured to endorse Clinton seven months earlier, but held out, ultimately deciding that Sanders was the "only person I could ever support in this election."

-- Times' Yamiche Alcindor: "Bernie Sanders Seeks to Win Over New York by Stressing Brooklyn Roots" -

-- Amsterdam News endorses Clinton -- hits Sanders: "While Sen. Bernie Sanders believes that he is a revolutionary who will change the face of politics and claims to have been part of the good fight for decades, we ask at the Amsterdam News: If he has been part of the struggle, did we just miss all those protests in Vermont about voter suppression and civil rights?"

-- "Inside the FBI Investigation of Hillary Clinton's E-Mail," by Time's Massimo Calabresi: "20 to 30 agents, technical specialists and analysts have been assigned to the investigation, The agents have conducted interviews and done forensic analysis of the evidence collected. ... [FBI director Jim] Comey is keeping a close watch on the investigation, getting briefings from team leaders and personally overseeing the case. Agents have been told they may be polygraphed to prevent leaks."

CONFIDENT HILLARY -- "Hillary tells celeb friends she could beat Trump in a 'landslide,'" by N.Y. Post's Ian Mohr: "'Really, I feel like we are watching an id - an id with hair," Clinton huffed at the Capitale event for LGBT supporters, including Trump's old archenemy Rosie O'Donnell, Cynthia Nixon, Billie Jean King and Michael Urie. Clinton continued: 'I am hoping that as [Trump's] campaign keeps going, they will have insulted every American in every group in every part of our country. We could have a landslide.'"

FIRST LOOK -- RNC memo, "More Empty Jobs Promises To Upstate New York": "Today, Clinton will tout her manufacturing jobs plan at a roundtable event in Syracuse, New York. Clinton will hope that New Yorkers forget her failure to deliver the jobs she promised while campaigning for Senate in 2000. ... Despite her campaign's current tone, Clinton cannot escape the comments she made while traveling to India in 2005, where she called the outsourcing of American jobs 'an inevitability.'"

HAPPENING TODAY - "Parents of Aurora, CO, Shooting Victim to Headline Press Call on Sanders' Poor Record on Gun Violence Prevention": "Lonnie and Sandy Phillips, who lost their daughter in the 2012 movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, will join Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez and New York State Assemblyman Michael Blake for a Hillary for New York press call at 10:30 AM [today] to discuss Senator Sanders' poor record on gun violence prevention."

EAST NEW YORK FIGHT -- Espinal says East New York zoning talks are not moving fast enough -- POLITICO New York's Gloria Pazmino: Councilman Rafael Espinal, who represents East New York, said Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration has yet to begin negotiations over a plan to rezone parts of his district, despite a quickly approaching May deadline to finalize the deal.

As part of its plan to build more affordable housing in the city, the de Blasio administration is hoping to rezone a 190-block swath of East New York, one of the poorest and most underserved neighborhoods in the city, in order to create more below market-housing across the city. To rezone the district, the City Council must first vote to approve the plan as part of the city's Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP). "The real negotiations haven't even started yet and that is where the frustration is," Espinal told POLITICO New York. "It feels like they keep kicking the can down the road. Now we have gotten to a point where we are only weeks away from when we have to shut this down and we are still not comfortable yet."


-- SOLD! -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo's former home in Queens sold for $2.4 million. Curbed's Zoe Rosenberg:

-- 2016: "New York deserves a Democratic debate - stop dodging, Hillary." Post editorial:

-- 2016: "[W]hat we hope for now is that the race can stabilize and mature. That may not be possible with Trump as a candidate, but we can hope." Queens Chronicle:

-- Police: "An NYPD captain accused of taking part in a fatal beating in Staten Island in 2013 has been promoted at least twice since then, most recently to second-in-command at a Brooklyn precinct." Gothamist's Nathan Tempey:

-- Protests: "A Gurley National Week of Action will take place from this Saturday, April 1 to April 10. Events will occur in Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles and New Haven." Amsterdam News' Nayaba Arinde:

-- Transportation: "The [NYC Department of Transportation] actually wouldn't acknowledge a meeting had taken place." Queens Chronicle editorial:

GARODNICK -- GRODENCHIK CAUCUS introduce bill "make the mispronunciation of someone's last name a violation of New York City Law."

-- Garodnick: "The time is long past due to bring people with difficult-to-pronounce names out of the shadows,

-- Grodenchik: "I'm not Dan Garodnck, got it? ... I can't take this anymore." SEE THE ANNOUNCEMENT:

BEN KALLOS: "Time Travel to Save City Quadrillion Dollars." "Investment of tax dollars into time travel, will provide an infinite return on investment as we are able to avoid calamity be altering our time line. So long as we do not create a portal to the alternate timelines we destroy, we should all be fine." SEE THE STATEMENT:

MANY NEW YORKERS REJOICE -- " Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are moving to Los Angeles," by Post's Andrew Nodell: "The actor, 57, and his wife of nearly three years are packing up the family and relocating from NYC to LA for work from April until the summer."

WEEKEND WEATHER -- "Another damn polar vortex will hit NYC this weekend," by Post's Sophia Rosenbaum: "[B]y Saturday afternoon, those April showers could turn into flurries as temperatures plummet from 57 degrees to 33 by the evening, forecasters said. ... Temps will drop more on Sunday - a "bundle-up day" - with a high of just 44 degrees."

EAT BEAT -- "Manhattan Will Get Another New Jean-Georges Restaurant," by Grub Street's Chris Crowley: "Vongerichten will helm the food operations at Ian Schrager's Public Hotel on the Lower East Side. This is a redux for the two power players: Vongerichten previously joined forces with Schrager for the Pump Room at the other Public Hotelin Chicago, where he got into the comfort craze and served a New American menu. At 215 Chrystie Street here in New York, the three-pronged operation will include an almost-2,000-square-foot market and coffee bar, with 40 seats and proposed hours of 6 a.m. to 4 a.m.; a 1,500-square-foot restaurant with seating for 114 customers; and a 1,800-square-foot garden with seating for an additional 74 people."

MEDIA MORNING -- "'Today is #1 in Total Viewers and Key Demos for First Week Since 2012": "Today was the number-one morning news show in total viewers and the key demos for the week of March 21, the first outright win in both categories in a non- Olympic week since June 2012. For the week, Today topped ABC's 'Good Morning America' by 49,000 total viewers, 180,000 in A25-54, and by 185,000 in A18-49."

-- "MSNBC #1 in primetime": "MSNBC's night of four candidate events scored big in the ratings Wednesday night, beating both Fox News and CNN in the demo and topping CNN among total viewers for the 8-11pm daypart. ... This big night comes on the heels of MSNBC's recording setting growth in the first quarter of 2016. This quarter was the highest for the network in over three years."

DIANE MACEDO to ABC News -- president James Goldston emailed the staff: "Macedo is joining ABC News as anchor of World News Now and America This Morning and will be a New York-based correspondent ... Diane joins us from WCBS in New York."


ROOM AT THE INN-"China's Anbang Drops Bid for Starwood Hotels," by the Wall Street Journal's Craig Karmin and Dana Mattioli: "Anbang Insurance Group Co. walked away from its $14 billion bid to buy Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., a surprise move that caps off a three-week bidding war with Marriott International Inc. and could put a dent in a recent surge in overseas deal-making by Chinese companies. ... The abrupt withdrawal appears to end a topsy-turvy bidding war that highlights both the newfound muscle of Chinese companies in the high-stakes global business of mergers and acquisitions, and questions surrounding their ability to close such deals."

DESPERATE MEASURES-"Sweeney: PATH extension is a lower priority than PABT replacement," by POLITICO New Jersey's Conor Skelding: "New Jersey's top Democrat said extending the PATH train to Newark airport is a lower priority than replacing the Port Authority Bus Terminal. ... The bus terminal, which was added late to the Port's 10-year capital plan, does not yet have a design or a budget. 'All we keep hearing is a $10 billion price tag. Is that a real number? We don't know,' Sen. Paul Sarlo said Thursday." [PRO]

MORE TUBES-"Second Ave. subway project will receive additional $1B in funding from state budget," by the Daily News' Kenneth Lovett: "The new state budget will include an additional $1 billion for the ongoing Second Ave. subway project in New York City, the Daily News has learned. A source said Gov. Cuomo successfully pushed for the additional funding during the state budget negotiations. The extra money for the Second Ave. subway would bring the total funding in the budget for the project to $1.535 billion."

PLATINUM CITY-For the first time ever, the average apartment in Manhattan sold for more than $2 million, according to a market report released Friday morning by Jonathan Miller for Douglas Elliman. In the first quarter of 2016, 2,877 condos and co-ops sold, for an average per-square-foot price of $1,713. The report notes that the number of apartments closed in new developments almost doubled, which sent the average sales prices higher. Read the report here:

THE HOME TEAMS -- POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: Cavs 107, Nets 87: LeBron James scored 24 and added 11 assists.

-- The day ahead: the Red Bulls are in New England to face the Revolution. The Knicks and Nets face off at Madison Square Garden.

ICE CREAM BREAK -- "Ben & Jerry's to Hand Out Free Ice Cream in Union Square," by DNAinfo's Noah Hurowitz: "The founders of Ben & Jerry's will be handing out free samples of 'Bernie's Yearning,' the unfortunately titled ice cream flavor named for the lefty Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, in Union Square today at 5 p.m. ... The ice cream in question is plain mint with a solid layer of chocolate at the top, which represents the 'huge majority of economic gains that have gone to the top 1 percent since the end of the recession,' according to the packaging."

#UpstateAmerica: The Harvey Austin School in Buffalo will name its auditorium after James Houseknecht, or Jimmy the Janitor as he is affectionately known at the school where he worked for 57 years.

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