For all our blog fans in New York City, and anyone who was planning on traveling through the Northeast this week, sorry about the snow. Here is the latest. And here.

Times Union wonders why Senate Republicans didn’t respond to calls for redistricting reform last week.

Bob McCarthy warns that the war over re-drawing the lines has already begun.

NY Post is questioning a non-profit that Senator Eric Adams founded over missing state funds.

New York Times urges Andrew Cuomo to raise taxes in order to deal with the state’s financial problems.

Larry Levy is the latest to reflect on the legacy of David Paterson.

NY Post is praising outgoing Inspector General Joe Fisch.

Outgoing NYC School Chancellor Joel Klein has some regrets.

John Liu has spent a lot of time running for mayor, the NY Post suggests.

NY Pols think Obama has his swagger back.

Joe Biden said same-sex marriage is inevitable in America, during Friday’s Good Morning America.

Ashley Dupre explains why she won’t go see “Client 9″.

One quick reminder. My colleague Liz Alesse will be taking care of the blog for the next two days. Her email is Liz.alesse@ynn.com