Polling stations are open for primary elections, another year of discounted LIRR fares for some commuters, & more

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Polling stations in NYC are open for primary elections—the biggest race is the Democratic primary for Queens district attorney (New York Times)

MTA customers traveling between Brooklyn and various stations in Queens will get another year of discounted LIRR tickets (press release)

De Blasio falls behind schedule on zero waste goals as the city’s composting program stalls (Gothamist)

A family in Bed-Stuy say they've been cheated out of their home in the rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood (NY Daily News)

More NYC property owners are appealing their property tax assessments and getting reductions (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

A Flemish Revival ornamented building in Downtown Brooklyn may be demolished to make way for a 23-story tower (Curbed NY)