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8:46 AM EST on November 30, 2007

    • Minnesota Pipeline Fire Rattles Markets Across the Globe (Star Tribune)
    • US Must Deal With 'Lifestyle of Excess,' Starting With Suburbia (Planetizen
    • By 2100, What's Left of Miami Could Be World's Hottest City (Transit Miami)
    • New Super Highway Will Pave Across America (Valley Advocate)
    • 'Deep Sense of Entitlement' an Obstacle to Livable Streets (Gotham Gazette)
    • Sheridan Swappers Take Campaign Beyond Bronx (Hunts Point Express)
    • Brooklyn Warms to Parking Permits (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA a 'Willing Victim' of State Budget Shortfalls (News
    • Cuts Planned for Holiday Bus Service, Elevator Operators (NYT)
    • Lobbying Group Wants Private Jets Banned from LaGuardia (News)
    • Bloomberg Aide Defends NASCAR Event [Video] (WNBC)

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