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    • It Looks Like New York State Government Will Make It Through the Day (Post, NY1, NYT)
    • Houses Might Be Demolished in Name of BQE 'Modernization' (Bklyn Paper)
    • If We Rebuilt the East River Waterfront for Modern Times, Would the FDR Exist? (WNYC)
    • 600 NYC Students Rallied at City Hall to Preserve Discount MetroCards (City Room)
    • Ben Kabak Ranks MTA Protests: High School Students Top De Blasio
    • Erinn Phelan in Vegetative State, Not Expected to Survive February Hit-and-Run (Post)
    • More Pedestrian Space Coming to Fort Greene's Fowler Square (Post)
    • NYCDOT Testing Out Less Energy-Intensive Asphalt (NY1)

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