Tenant menace allegedly terrorizes Bronx building staff, MTA ignored warnings before derailment, more

By Nathan Tempey  | September 13, 2017 - 11:20AM

Headline of the day: "Crooked domestic abuser Hiram Monserrate sees political comeback hopes dashed" (Daily News)

More details on a Bronx landlord who shot his tenant: Police say the shooting in Edenwald followed a confrontation where the landlord demanded back rent (Daily News)

The city's Board of Elections may have violated the law when it moved hundreds of polling places for Tuesday's primary (WNYC)

255 income-restricted apartments are coming to Flatbush on the site of the old Caton Market (The Real Deal)

Tenant from hell: A Riverdale renter is accused of attacking building staff, threatening a porter with a knife, and telling workers he has "a hit list on you guys" (Riverdale Press)

The MTA knew: Transit officials were warned as far back as the mid-'90s about safety issues at the Spuyten-Dyvil curve where a Metro-North train derailed in 2013 (lohud)

Someone stole a kitten from a Kensington bodega (Brooklyn Paper)

And speaking of bodegas, a new start-up called Bodega hopes that vending machines under a different name will replace the corner store (Fast Company)

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