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START-UP VISA BILL STARTS TROUBLE

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By Dan Rivoli The Carolyn Maloney campaign seemed none too pleased that the Congresswoman"s primary challenger was taking credit for a proposal to ease restrictions on foreigners who want to start a company in America. Reshma Saujani, a former hedge fund attorney, wrote an op-ed in the Huffington Post April 20 calling for a start-up [&hellip
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CITY COLLEGE’S NEW PREZ

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By Megan Finnegan The City University of New York will induct Dr. Lisa Staiano-Coico, former provost and executive vice-president of academic affairs at Temple University, as its new president Aug. 18. Staiano-Coico, an educator and researcher in microbiology and immunology, will become the university"s 12th president, succeeding interim president Dr. Robert Paaswell. A graduate of [&hellip
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Woman Bilked Out of Thousands

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A 42-year-old Upper East Sider was the victim of identity theft. The woman, who lives on East 81st Street between Lexington and Park avenues, reported to the police April 30 that $10,000 was taken from her bank account. Police said she got a call from Citibank that another woman was using her social security number, [&hellip
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Car Broken Into

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A 50-year-old man"s GPS device was taken from his 2006 Chevrolet. Police said that the man parked his car across the street from 67 E. 95th St., between Park and Madison avenues. When he went to his car April 29 at 7:30 p.m., he discovered that his driver"s side window was broken and the $350 [&hellip
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New Anti-Landmark Graffiti

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Anti-landmark graffiti is back on the church that is pitting neighborhood preservationists against the congregation’s leader. The message “Stop Gale Brewer’s Forced Landmarking” was painted on the sidewalk shed that hugs West Park Presbyterian Church, on West 86th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
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Start-Up Visa Bill Starts Trouble

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The Carolyn Maloney campaign seemed none too pleased that the Congresswoman"s primary challenger was taking credit for a proposal to ease restrictions on foreigners who want to start a company in America
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