1 in 10 NYC public school students homeless, police in Brooklyn go easy on scofflaw truckers, more

By Nathan Tempey  | October 11, 2017 - 11:00AM

A group of activists is pushing for the feds to install storm barriers in New York Harbor (New York Times)

1 in 10 students in New York City public schools was homeless at some point during the last school year (Patch)

A Broadway couple bought an SRO building on the Upper West Side for $170,000 in 1970. Now they're listing it for $20 million (New York Post)

A photographic preview of Ai Weiwei's citywide art installation (Gothamist)

Police in Williamsburg are ticketing cyclists more often than truck drivers, despite a longstanding problem with truckers driving illegally on side streets (DNAinfo)

If you didn't watch the mayoral debate last night, you didn't miss much of substance (Daily News)

NIMBY activists in Chinatown are up in arms over a planned bike path on long-restricted Park Row (Tribeca Trib)

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