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8:51 AM EDT on October 22, 2007

    • Silver Withholds Vote on Gansevoort Garbage Station (Post)
    • Pricing Revenue Estimates an 'Educated Guess' (News)
    • Professor Says Pricing Is Not Enough (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • City Should Add Taxi Stands, End Free Parking (NYT)
    • MTA Expected to Move on Abbreviated 7 Line Extension (News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • State May Start Penn Station Process (Sun)
    • Cabbies on Strike Again Today (AMNY, Post)
    • Firm Hired to Design New Taxi (Post)
    • 7-Year-Old Hit by Truck in Bronx; No Charges Filed (Post)
    • 10-Year-Old Hit, in Critical Condition; No Charges Filed (Post)
    • Residents, Nadler Say Traffic Cam Not Doing Its Job (Post)
    • City to Clear Forest for Ball Fields (News)
    • Western States Are Drying Up (NYT)
    • Voting Is Most Effective Environmental Tool (NYT)

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