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8:27 AM EDT on July 31, 2007

    • Wheel Simple: NYC Can be One of the World's Great Bicycling Cities (News)
    • Rough Ride: Kids Fear Bicycling on Brooklyn Streets (News)
    • The Importance of Eco-Cities in an Urbanizing World (Planetizen)
    • Nanjing, China Poised to Adopt Congestion Pricing (China Daily)
    • New East River Park: Hours Too Short, Too Many Rules (News)
    • City Tap Water so Clean, Feds Will Not Require Filtration (Sun)
    • Winter Road Salt Seeping Into North Jersey Tap Water (
    • Carter Craft, Waterfront Expert, Takes Your Questions (CityRoom)
    • Chicagoans Protest as Indiana Lets a Refinery Add to Lake Pollution (NYT)
    • Energy Bill Aids Expansion of New Atomic Power Plants (NYT)
    • Heidi Cullen: The Weather Channel's Climate Scientist (NYT
    • Truck Smashes Hole in Apartment Building (
    • A Tour of Bedford Ave., Brooklyn's Longest Street (Forgotten NY)

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