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10:13 AM EST on December 11, 2007

    • Traffic Commission Looks at Taxi Stands, License Plate Rationing... (NYT, Sun)
    • Mayor and Governor OK Fare Hikes (News)
    • MTA Could Have Prevented Fare Hike With Increased Variable Tolls (MTR)
    • Stand Clear of the Angry Editorials & Man-on-the-Street Interviewees (News)
    • Quinn Says MTA Should "Heed" Brodsky's "Offer" of State Funding (Daily Politics)
    • Gore Accepts Nobel Prize. Bush Admin is #1 Climate "Stumbling Block" (NYT)
    • Midwest Duck Hunters Are Noticing the Changing Weather Too (NYT)
    • Wind Energy Could Power All of Britain's Homes by 2020 (TreeHugger)
    • Shoup There He Is: Parking Advice for New York via Los Angeles (City Room)
    • The City's First Automatic Self-Cleaning Potty is Set to Open (Sun)
    • Bronx and Brooklyn Nabes Rack Up the City's Most Noise Complaints (News)
    • Grand Concourse Street Work Will be Done 316 Days Ahead of Schedule (News)

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