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9:04 AM EDT on May 19, 2010

    • TWU Chief's Cogent Comments on Transit Funding Lost Amid Potshots at Walder (News 1, 2)
    • Service Cuts Will Mean Less Foot Traffic for Mom and Pop Shops Like This One (News)
    • Crash Sends SUV Onto SI Sidewalk, Killing Woman Walking With Grandson (Advance, News, NY1)
    • Truck Driver Runs Over 70-Year-Old on Upper East Side, Severs Her Leg; No Criminal Charges (NY1)
    • Beer Distributor Commandeers Columbia Street for Truck Route (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Sheepshead Bay Development Would Bring "Traffic Nightmare" to Avenue Z (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Park Playground Set to Open (Eagle); Planners Host BK Waterfront Workshop (NY1)
    • Downtown Manhattan Continues to Evolve as Prime Residential Neighborhood (Crain's)
    • Shelly Silver's Law Firm Putting Up Big Bucks for Kathleen Rice's AG Campaign (NYT)
    • Chris Christie Advocates for Jersey City Rail Freight Hub (MTR)

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