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    • Markowitz on PPW Bike Lane: Parking Must Be Preserved to Prevent Exodus From Brooklyn (WNYC)
    • Markowitz Requests 782 Fewer Parking Spaces at New Domino. You Read That Right. (Bklyn Paper)
    • School Bus Driver Kills Queens Man in Ozone Park; No Charges Filed (News)
    • Bensonhurst Hit-and-Run Leaves Cabbie Burned Beyond Recognition (News, Post)
    • Apps Won't Solve NYC Parking Crunch (NYT)
    • The Free Ride Is Coming to an End for Broad Channel Residents (NYT)
    • Vacca Invites Sadik-Khan to Diagnose Safety Problems at PS 97 (Post)
    • Local Advos Want McCarren Park to Absorb One Block of Union Ave (Bklyn Paper)
    • Yassky Has an Idea For Taxi Passengers Who Want to Report a Maniac Cabbie (NY1)
    • Desiree Pilgrim-Hunter Mulling a Primary Challenge to Pedro Espada (BNN)

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