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8:55 AM EDT on April 19, 2010

    • It's Official: Desiree Pilgrim-Hunter Running Against Pedro Espada (City Room, NY1)
    • "Bored" Adolfo Carrion Hopes to Leverage DC Post for Lt. Guv Spot (News, City Hall)
    • Disgusted With Albany, State High-Speed Rail Overseer Ann Purdue Resigns (Post)
    • State Road and Bridge Repairs at a Standstill; Upstate Pol Blames MTA (Gotham Gazette)
    • Transit Austerity Plan Includes Elimination of 611 Bus Stops (Post)
    • With Bloomberg Looking for State Properties, New York Mag, SAS Discuss Local Control of MTA
    • 28-Year-Old Pedestrian Seriously Injured in McGuinness Blvd Hit-and-Run (Post, News)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Rehab Could Start Next Month (Tribeca Trib)
    • Flatbush Traffic Lane Shut After 9/11 to Be Opened to Drivers (YourNabe)
    • Gowanus Expwy Exit Improvements Lead to Unwelcome Detours Through Dyker Heights (YN)
    • Lawyers for NYPD Cyclist Shover Patrick Pogan Raring to Blame the Victim (Post)

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