Here’s what the Untapped Staff if reading in the HQ today:

  • What 7 Fishmongers Wore to Work at the Fulton Fish Market [New York Times]: The Fulton Fish Market in the Bronx is less a market than a refrigerated warehouse. Relocated in 2005 from its old home in Lower Manhattan, it is almost a quarter-mile long, with almost 30 seafood wholesalers selling more than 300 varieties of fish, from barramundi to wahoo. 

  • A Comprehensive List of Every Puerto Rico Donation Site in Brooklyn [Brokelyn]: Be sure to check out this comprehensive Google Doc of all the donation drop off points benefitting Puerto Rico in Brooklyn – certainly there’s something you can spare for the cause.

  • East Harlem Rezoning Wins City Planning Approval [Curbed NY]: The effort to rezone East Harlem to allow for more building density and low-income housing made a leap forward today, as the City Planning Commission voted to approve the measure. The rezoning effort will now move on to the City Council, the final vote necessary for the rezoning to become a reality.

  • Schumer Calls For Restaurant-Style Letter Grades For Private Bus Companies [Gothamist]: Senator Chuck Schumer wants private bus companies to post letter grades on their windshields as part of a system comparable to restaurant grades.

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