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9:14 AM EST on February 10, 2010

    • State Senate Votes 53-8 to Expel Hiram Monserrate (NYT, GG, News, Post)
    • Bronx Council Member Larry Seabrook Charged With Money Laundering (NYT, Post)
    • David Weprin Packing for Albany After Assembly Special Election (NY1)
    • Quinn on Screwy Transit Tax Plan: "Outrageous, Outrageous, Outrageous, Outrageous" (TDP)
    • Struggling Manhattan Costco Comes Up Short on Promise to Employ Locals (DNAinfo)
    • Lo and Behold: Surveying Users on Improved Park Circle, Times Finds Driver Who Hates It
    • DA Dan Donovan Joins Cops, Other Electeds for Hylan Boulevard Safety Summit (NY1
    • Man on a Mission to Bring Street Parking to Rockaway Beach 'Hoods (City Room)
    • Westchester Takes a Pass on Improving Bike Facilities (MTR)
    • Case Closed: SUV Collision That Left Brooklyn Kid Critical Just a "Terrible Accident" (News)
    • Melbourne "Road Hierarchy" Will Prioritize Transit, Peds, Bikes (Age)

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