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    • Cuomo Civil Suit Against Pedro Espada Alleges $14M in Purloined Funds (City Room, News)
    • Hunter Fellow: PlaNYC Goals Undermined by Parking-Oriented Zoning (Gotham Gazette)
    • Dwyer: Pogan Attorneys Can't Deny Video; Christopher Long Killed a Pedestrian in 2001 (City Room)
    • Times Bike Column Cut to Once a Month; Resources Needed for Cyclist-Hating Crank Coverage
    • Speaking Of: NY1 Forgets to Mention the 1,000+ Supporters of Prospect Park West Bike Lane
    • Marty Markowitz: I Deserve More Say in Brooklyn Land-Use Decisions (Post)
    • Deputy Mayor Wolfson Says Charter Commish Won't Try to Eliminate BPs, Public Advocate (NY1)
    • Joe Lentol Wants Abandoned V Cars Repurposed for G Train (AMNY)
    • Queens Civic Leader Believes Commuter Van Crackdown Would Help MTA (News)
    • Goldsteins Are Last Remaining Family in Atlantic Yards Fight (Bklyn Paper, News)

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