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8:50 AM EDT on September 26, 2007

    • Pricing Committee Meets; Brodsky, Farrell Assume the Position (Metro, Sun, NY1)
    • Shaw Would Prefer Meetings Be Closed to Public (Daily Politics)
    • Members Told to Disregard Pricing's Impact on Transit Fares (Newsday)
    • Dailies Disagree on MTA Hike; Straphangers Against (AMNY, News, Post, News)
    • More on Lappin Bike Delivery Bill (Post, Daily News)
    • IDA Still Withholding Yankee Parking Docs From Carrion (Daily News)
    • Stadium Replacement Park Hot, Smelly, and Possibly Toxic (Voice)
    • City Plans Garbage Station for Unofficial Neighborhood Park (Daily News)
    • Impaired Driver Kills Ped, Not Charged for Her Death (Sun, Post, News, NYT)
    • Jackson Heights Residents Blame Store for Congestion (Daily News)
    • Web Site Directs Drivers Cruising for Parking Spots (Post)

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