Daily Clips: January 28 and 29

January 29

The New York Times

Facing mounting pressure from New York politicians concerned about costs and security, the Obama administration on Thursday began considering moving the trial of the chief organizer of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks out of Manhattan, administration officials said.

Downtown Express

Terror trial news, District 2 Community Education Council voted Wednesday night for school zoning Option 2, remembering Albert Capsouto and more in this week’s Downtown Express.

City of New York

Click on the camera icon for fascinating aerial views of 1924 New York City.

Architectural Record

The architectural firm that designed the original World Trade Center has closed its doors.

January 28

The New York Times

An arbitration panel ruled against Silverstein Properties on a series of critical issues involving rebuilding three office towers at ground zero.

Courtesy of The Times, the full ruling

The Real Deal

Downtown Alliance Chairman Robert R. Douglass, Mayor Bloomberg, and other Downtown business leaders urged the Justice Department to move the 9/11 terror trials.

The New York Times

Construction of a second commuter train tunnel under the Hudson River, one of the biggest public works projects under way in the country, could be delayed by issues about the use of eminent domain to take property on the West Side of Manhattan.

The New York Times

There is some dispute over a symbol in the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan.