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8:56 AM EDT on August 31, 2009

    • Pedro Espada's Bronx Charity Spends Big on Hulking SUVs, Luxury Cars, Other Guzzlers (Post)
    • Utah's Tough Texting Ban: Offenders Who Kill Get Up to 15 Years in Prison (NYT)
    • Surprise: Now That TEAs Can Enforce Blocking-the-Box, Drivers See 'Shakedown' (AMNY)
    • Parking Tickets Decline in '09; Revenues Down $30 Mil (Post)
    • The Times Gets 30 Minutes With Ray Kelly and Comes Away With 900 Words About Ties
    • Woman Critically Injured By Speeding Van Driver Exiting Van Wyck (News)
    • Placard Abuse, Illegal Parking Rampant in Mid-Queens (NY1)
    • Do You Have Clothing That Says 'NYPD' On It? Then You, Too, Can Commit Placard Fraud (Post)
    • Someone Stole Gersh Kuntzman's Bike, Again (Bklyn Paper)
    • Why Is It So Hard To Install a Public Toilet in NYC? (NYT)
    • Doc Sits on Traffic Agents' Car, Becomes Folk Hero to Aggrieved Motorists (Woodside Herald)

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