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    • Who Will Pay for the Gulf Disaster? Not Consumers of Gasoline (WaPo)
    • Two Decades After Valdez, Feds and Drillers Completely Unprepared for Next Big Spill (NYT)
    • State Lawmakers Pass 11th Budget Extender (NYT)
    • Phase One of Second Ave Subway on Schedule; Phase Two Funding Nowhere in Sight (Crain's)
    • SAS Construction Puts the Kibosh on Sidewalk Cafe Business ... (AMNY)
    • ... Though Peter Vallone Might Just as Well Blame Lack of On-Street Parking (Post
    • NYSDOT: We Don't Really Want to Run the BQE Through Brooklyn Heights Brownstones (MTR)
    • City Says It's Working Out the Kinks in Improved Park Circle (Bklyn Paper)
    • Queens Precincts Lead City in DWI Arrests (Post, NY1)
    • Pay-by-Phone Parking Comes to DC (NPR); City-Wide Car-Share Debuts in Hoboken (MTR)

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