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9:12 AM EDT on June 28, 2007

    • City Hit with 60 MPH Winds, Flooding (Post, AMNY, Daily News, NY1)
    • Blackout Strands Subway, Rail Commuters (Post, Daily News, Sun)
    • Bloomberg Questions MTA Figures (Post, Daily News)
    • RELATED: NJ Commuters Won't Overwhelm System, Bloomberg Says (Metro)
    • RELATED: Mayor's 'Motor Mouth' Not Helping His Case (Post)
    • RELATED: Bruno, Silver and Spitzer Agree to Public Negotiations (Daily News)
    • RELATED: Study Says Pricing Could Fund Free Subway (Sun)
    • Sadik-Khan Q&A Continues (City Room)
    • Second Bus Kills Second Pedestrian at Same Intersection (Post, Daily News)
    • F Express Movement Gains Steam (Gowanus Lounge)
    • Cost Estimate Doubles for New Penn Station (Daily News)
    • Low Marks for Rural NY Interstates (AMNY)
    • Brooklyn Greenway Benefit Today (Gowanus Lounge)
    • Rumblings for Reform Following CB6 Purge (Gowanus Lounge)

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