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8:55 AM EDT on July 9, 2009

    • Cities Aren't Getting Their Share of Stim Funds -- Job Creation Suffers (NYT)
    • Paterson Taps Dick Ravitch for Lt. Gov. Post in Bid to End Albany Stalemate (NYT, Post, News)
    • Climate Bill Funnels Way More Cash to Coal and Oil Than to Transit (Washington Independent)
    • NYC Selling Permits for Events -- Some Commercial -- in Midtown Ped Plazas (NYT, How We Drive)
    • DOT Stripes 200th Bike Lane Mile in Three Years (News, WNYC)
    • Without MTA Agents in Some Stations, Straphangers Left Guessing About Train Delays (AMNY)
    • Cab Jumps Curb on Upper West Side, Strikes Four Pedestrians (News)
    • Whole Foods and Its 420-Car Parking Lot Won't Be Setting Up on Brooklyn's Third Ave (Bklyn Paper)
    • 1000 Online Slots for Tour de Queens Gobbled Up in Less Than 12 Hours (News)
    • How to Build Schools That Don't Feel Like Wal-Marts (Switchboard via

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