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9:02 AM EDT on October 24, 2008

    • City Council Lets Bloomberg Run for Third Term (NYT, NYT, City Room, News, News, Post, Metro)
    • 2009 Mayoral Hopefuls Respond (Daily Politics)
    • Port Authority to Sell Carbon Offsets to Car Commuters Starting Next Year (NYT)
    • Bushwick Senior Killed by Garbage Truck (News)
    • Federal Report: 'All of Lower Manhattan Is a Free Parking Lot for Government Vehicles' (NYT)
    • Double-Parkers Flock to New Downtown Brooklyn Bike Lanes (McBrooklyn, Bklyn Eagle)
    • OPEC Decides to Cut Oil Production (NYT)
    • First Stage of Brooklyn Bridge Park Construction Gets the Go Ahead (TRE, Bklyn Eagle)
    • MTA Pushes Back Smith-9th Street Station Repairs (Bklyn Paper, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • New Commuter Rail Line Connecting New Haven and Springfield Moves a Step Forward (MTR)

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