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9:04 AM EDT on June 22, 2010

    • Albany Deems Some Dirty, Destructive, Addictive Habits More Tax-Worthy Than Others (NYT)
    • City Looks to Dollar Vans to Help Compensate for Bus Cuts (Transpo Nation)
    • Oil War Veterans to Lose Bus-Driving Jobs (News)
    • Second Ave Residents Paid Up to $9K a Month for Temporary Displacement (NYT, SAS)
    • Assembly Hack Janele Hyer-Spencer Blames MTA for Theft of Transit Funds (Advance)
    • City Backs Off Plan to Trash Ghost Bikes (News)
    • Advocate on Yankee Stadium Park Replacement: "It's a Mess" (News)
    • Fans and Foes of New Domino Gather for City Council Hearing (NY1, Bklyn Paper)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Park Construction Forcing Pedestrians Into Street (Bklyn Paper)
    • Driver Takes Time From Pumping Gas to Vent Anger at Big Oil (Riverdale Press)

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