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    • Transit Austerity to Bring Overtime Cuts, Upkeep Deferrals, Ripped Pants (News, Post, AMNY)
    • Post Columnist Adam Brodsky Challenges Walder to Challenge Labor
    • Wanna Buy a Used Train Horn? MTA Making the Most of Cast-Offs (AMNY)
    • Albany Democrats Officially Adandon City, Move Convention to Westchester (NY1)
    • Bloomberg Promises No NYPD Layoffs (News), Targets Community Board Budgets (R'dale Press)
    • Messenger Enraged by Hit-and-Run Attacks Limo Driver; Guess Where Cops, Post Come Down
    • More Crime Traced to International Auto Show (Post)
    • DDDB Files New Suit Claiming Atlantic Yards Construction Will Take 25 Years (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Tell It to Marcia Kramer: Jan Gehl Says NYC Has Room to "Make Everybody Happy" (Sierra Club)
    • New Urban News: Burbs Will Never Be the Nexus of Vibrancy Envisioned by Brooks and Kotkin...
    • ...And TreeHugger Has Another Reason Why 

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