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8:56 AM EDT on March 28, 2008

    • MSG Not Moving; Moynihan Station Not Likely to Get Built (NYT, City Room, News)
    • Silver Drops Immediate Demand for Millionaire's Tax (NYT, Sun)
    • Staten Island State Senator Backs Pricing (SILive)
    • News Rebuts Anti-Pricing Arguments
    • More on Mendez Bill to Overturn Parade Permit Restrictions (onNYTurf)
    • Pier 40 Won't Go to Related Companies (Post, Sun, Crain's)
    • Port Authority Aims to Be Carbon-Neutral by 2010 (Post, NY1)
    • City Council Bill Pledges Parking Permits for People Who Can't Drive (Room Eight)
    • Parking Placards Irk Bronx Residents (R'dale Press)
    • A Fleet of Chevy Tahoes for Chicago PD? (Tribune)

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