Morning Brief: December 19
Speaking in front of a corporate audience Wednesday, Mayor Bloomberg touted his administration's achievements when it comes to setting up New York City's financial future. [More and VIDEO]
Mostly sunny and a little warmer today, with a high of 44. Partly cloudy tonight. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio continues to make the case for Melissa Mark-Viverito for Speaker of the City Council. Mark-Viverito has said she has enough votes to win. [New York Times]
Prices of Upper East Side apartments on the rise: experts. [DNA info.com]
Super Bowl officials unveiled their snow-removal game plan on Wednesday near MetLife Stadium. [Wall Street Journal]
A townhouse on the Upper East Side that costs $114 million comes gift-wrapped. [New York Post]
Sorry, no games today. Check back tomorrow.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
The New York Pops; 8 p.m. at Carnegie Hall [More information]
1787: New Jersey becomes the third state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.
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