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POLITICO New York Playbook, presented by RBC Capital Markets: DE BLASIO's coming zoning fights -- WEEKEND WEDDINGS -- gun violence around the city

09/21/2015 07:52AM EDT

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

DEADLY WEEKEND -- Mayhem in three boroughs as seven people killed, four more wounded from gun violence -- Daily News: A surge of deadly violence that spanned three boroughs and 24 hours left seven people dead from gunfire and four more - including a 7-year-old girl - wounded, police said Sunday.

The gory spike meant the city's weekly murder rate increased fivefold from 2014 - jumping from two last year to 10 this year. The bloodshed continued into Sunday, when a 24-year-old man was fatally shot at 2:49 p.m. on Briggs Ave. and E. 194th St. in Fordham, the Bronx. Police said David Hooks was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he died. The cops had no motive.

New York Times -- Crime in public housing: "City officials said that crime at the Ingersoll houses, which had been among the most violent public housing complexes in the city, had dropped dramatically over the past year, as the city invested millions in anti-crime measures there. Until Sunday morning, the Ingersoll Houses had not had a homicide since 2013, according to New York Police Department statistics."

De Blasio responds: ""I am confident that the NYPD is going to find the perpetrators," Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters after he marched in the African-American Day Parade in Harlem on Sunday. In the Fort Greene shooting, the police said that a man approached a group of men on Fleet Walk and opened fire. Two men, Lacount Simmons, 39, and Calvin Clinkscales, 43, were both shot in the head and died at the scene. The third man, Herbert Brown, was shot in the abdomen; he was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Mr. de Blasio said the shooting at Ingersoll Houses "appears to be criminals against criminals. "That doesn't mean we take it less seriously," he said. "But we've put a lot of money into Ingersoll and other housing projects, and we're not going to let this situation stop us from continuing to drive down crime." Rick Rojas:

CUOMO: No knowledge of Bharara-scrutinized contract -- POLITICO New York's Azi Paybarah: Governor Andrew Cuomo said he played no role in a campaign contributor winning a mutli-million-dollar construction bid in Buffalo that is now reportedly the subject of a probe by Southern District U.S. attorney Preet Bharara. As part of the reported investigation, Bharara's office served subpoenas on the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute, whose president is heavily involved in Cuomo's economic development programs upstate.

"SUNY has administered the grant process, so literally all I know is what I read in the newspaper, but I'm very proud of what we're doing in Buffalo," Cuomo told reporters in Harlem at an unrelated event.

-- When a Times reporter asked the governor whether he thought Bharara had "gone too far" or was "waging some kind of campaign against Albany or your administration," Cuomo said, "You know, I don't even know what it is? The Buffalo Project is going extraordinarily well. It's literally turned around Buffalo." ... The probe into Buffalo reportedly focuses on how Lou Ciminelli, who donated more than $96,000 to Cuomo's re-election campaign, won a narrowly tailored bid to construct a solar panel factory in Buffalo worth around $750 million.

-- Asked if he was confident the contract was not influenced by the donations, Cuomo replied, "SUNY has administered billions of dollars' worth of programs and they've done it all well." ... Cuomo: "I have probably spoken with him but I have nothing to do with the selection whatsoever. That was handled by SUNY."

CLOSE TO HOME -- "Hundreds of full-time city workers are homeless," by Post's Rich Calder: "Torres punches in to work at 5 a.m. each weekday and spends the next eight hours cleaning up debris on Staten Island's Midland Beach. It's a grueling job, says the veteran Parks Department maintenance worker, but also a welcome escape from the uncertainty of living on the streets as one of the city's more than 300 full-time workers who are homeless. 'I cry every night thinking this isn't really happening, but it is,' Torres, 45, told The Post. He made a plea to Mayor de Blasio: 'Please help us.' Torres earns $33,662 a year but says it's not enough to find four walls and a roof to call his own in a city where, according to StreetEasy, the median rent is $2,690 a month."

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WEEKEND WEDDINGS -- WNYC political reporter Brigid Bergin and NY1 political director Bob Hardt were married Friday afternoon at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany. A subsequent reception at The State Room on State Street lasted until about midnight, and featured a video greeting from Bill de Blasio, who offered advice on how to dance at weddings. The reception was closed out, at the insistence of the guests, with a repeat playing of The Ramones' "Rockaway Beach" (Hardt is a longtime resident of Beach 94th Street) and was followed by drinks at City Beer Hall. POLITICO New York Playbook is not an objective source of news on the topic of this wedding. Both Hardt and Bergin are friends of the site. But they're great at what they do and are also extraordinarily nice people. Ask anyone.

The New York Times announcement is here:

-- "Heather Haddon, Stephen Twilley" - N.Y. Times announcement: "The bride, 38 ... is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal covering New Jersey politics and the 2016 presidential race. She graduated from Oberlin College. ... The groom, 41, who is known as Stephen, is the managing editor of Public Books, an online review site in New York, where he oversees staffing operations and commissions and edits articles. He received three bachelor's degrees from the University of Washington in Seattle, in architectural studies, the comparative history of ideas, and Italian. ... The couple met on OkCupid." With pic

SPOTTED: David and Judy Bonior, Stephen and Amanda Briggs, Steven Kotok, Jennifer Weiss, Jackie Bischof, Justin Sablich, Laura Kusisto, Andrew McFarland, Mike Burke. Wedding pic

-- "Mallory Ward and Marc Brumer: After the Midterms, Something Long Term," by NYT's Eleanor Stanford: "The bride, 30, is a director in the public affairs practice at APCO Worldwide ... The groom, 28, [is] communications director to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand." With pic

--"Emily Cohn, Benjamin Eisen" - Times: "The couple, both 27, graduated from Cornell, the groom cum laude. Ms. Cohn, who is keeping her name, works in New York at Business Insider, a business, celebrity and technology news website. She is the managing editor of its science and technology site, Tech Insider, which began in July. ... Mr. Eisen is a reporter at Bloomberg in New York, where he writes for Bloomberg Brief, the company's online newsletter about financial markets." With pic

--"Margot Schloss, Patrick Muncie" - Times: "The bride, 28, is keeping her name. She is the chief of staff to the head of global technical operations at Bloomberg, the technology and media company. She graduated magna cum laude from Barnard. ... The groom, 34, is the deputy director of communications for Cyrus R. Vance Jr., the Manhattan district attorney. He graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. ... The couple met in 2009 at the former O'Neill's bar on the Upper East Side, a popular hangout of staff members working on the re-election campaign of former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg; she was the volunteer coordinator of its Brooklyn headquarters, and he was a deputy research director at the campaign headquarters in Manhattan."

--"Erin Miller, Christopher Weibel" - Times: "Mrs. Weibel, 31, is the director of digital communications in New York for NBC News, where she focuses on public relations for its websites. She graduated from Wake Forest. ... Mr. Weibel, also 31, is a manager of trading services for Portware, a company in New York that develops trading software for the financial industry. He graduated from James Madison University."

HAPPENING TODAY -- "The International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) is set to host a high-profile roundtable discussion on legalization of sports gambling in the United States on Monday, September 21, 2015. The noontime lunch event will be held at Hill Country Barbeque in Manhattan and will feature a one-on-one interview with Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. - sponsor of federal legislation to legalize aspects of sports betting - followed by an expert panel discussion. Both will be moderated by political news commentator James Carville."

TV TODAY -- Vice founder Shane Smith is on Today, Morning Joe and Nightly News tomorrow to talk about his and President Obama's historic trip to FCI El Reno prison in Oklahoma and his documentary, "VICE Special Report: Fixing The System" which airs on HBO this Sunday at 9 pm ET. They had an advance screening at the White House on Friday. Trailer

BIRTHDAYS: Dean Baquet ... Bill Lipton, a progressive activist known for his work with the Working Families Party in New York ... Nikia Redhead, spokeswoman for NY1 ... and Angela Rubin, spokeswoman for the New York Public Library (look for her character in the upcoming movie, "Brain on Fire.")

TABS -- POST: "FACEOFF Pontiff meets Commie Fidel" -- DAILY NEWS: "Pope starts historic visit to Cuba Meeting Raul" -- El Diario: "Francisco's Revolution"

FRONT PAGES -- NY TIMES: "Pope Careful In Navigating Cuban Politics" -- "New York Police Shift Approach on Discipline" -- WSJ GNY: "For Business, a Papal Pushback"

MEDIA MORNING - Allison Williams weds Ricky Van Veen -- People's Karen Mizoguchi and Lindsay Kimble: "The 27-year-old Girls star and the 34-year-old College Humor co-founder tied the knot on Saturday ... Williams wore a couture gown by Oscar de la Renta. ... [T]he wedding took place at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming, and among the 150-200 guests included Williams' Girls co-stars Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, as well as pals Katy Perry, John Mayer, Barry Diller, Diane Von Furstenberg, Bruce Springsteen and Late Night's Seth Meyers. ... Tom Hanks officiated and that Brian Williams walked his daughter down the aisle." With pix

REAL ESTATE -- CHANGING CITY-"With eye on affordable housing, City Hall to begin rezonings," by POLITICO New York's Sally Goldenberg and Gloria Pazmino: "A set of proposals intended to preserve the character of certain New York City neighborhoods, expand the number of apartments for low-income earners and drastically alter the landscape of one of Brooklyn's most blighted areas will kick off Monday afternoon. The Department of City Planning has scheduled a meeting at its Lower Manhattan office to certify the three plans, all of which require advisory input from community boards and borough presidents as well as approval from the City Council.

"Each proposed change in the city's arcane zoning text faces its own hurdles as Mayor Bill de Blasio seeks to convince residents and elected officials he will improve their neighborhoods without gentrifying them."

PORT PLANS-"The Port Authority Files Plans For Apartments At 431 West 33rd Street, Midtown West," by YIMBY's Rebecca Baird-Remba: "After the Port Authority tried and failed to find a developer to build over the Lincoln Tunnel approach on West 33rd Street, they've decided to develop part of the site themselves. The agency has filed plans to erect a nine-story residential building on a parking lot at 431 West 33rd Street, overlooking a depressed stretch of roadway that runs between 10th and 11th Avenues. The 90-foot-tall building would hold just 24 apartments, divided across 40,017 square feet of residential space."

RECORD BREAKER-"This is the most expensive condo ever sold in Brooklyn," by Post's Jennifer Gould Keil: "Brooklyn's most expensive condo is now in contract for $8.8 million. While that sets a Brooklyn rec­ord, it's still nothing compared to Manhattan's most expensive condo, which sold for more than $100 million to a mystery buyer last year at 157 W. 57th St. By contrast, Brooklyn's most expensive sale is a luxury penthouse at 1 John St., a boutique condo with just 42 units in DUMBO."

THE HOME TEAMS -- POLITICO New York's Howard Megdal: Yankees 11, Mets 1: Matt Harvey returned and was spectacular. Then he gave way to the bullpen, which collapsed under its own weight and that of a problematic infield defense. Mets' magic number remains 8. CC Sabathia pitched well, Dustin Ackley and Greg Bird homered.

-- Red Bulls 2, Timbers 0: Not only did the Red Bulls go into a difficult road venue and win, they became the first MLS team to clinch a playoff spot.

-- Liberty 86, Mystics 68: Facing elimination, the Liberty routed the Mystics in Washington to force a decisive Game 3 Tuesday night at The Garden. Tina Charles essentially put this one away with a 17-point third quarter.

-- Falcons 24, Giants 20: Just a few yards from a touchdown that would have given the Giants a 27-10 lead, Eli Manning fumbled. Even so, the Giants still led 20-17 with 4:24 left, and were driving when Manning committed a delay-of-game penalty that ended their penultimate drive. The Falcons scored again, and the Giants lost another one they could have won with simple attention to detail.

-- The day ahead: The Mets host the Braves. The Yankees, 2.5 out in the AL East, are in Toronto to face the division-leading Blue Jays.

#UpstateAmerica -- a gif of the "Billsiest Buffalo Bills fan."

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