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9:22 AM EDT on June 23, 2010

    • Next MTA Fare Hike Could Come Sooner Than Expected (WSJ, SAS)
    • Bloomberg, Yassky Detail Dollar Van Pilot; Samuelson Vows Suit (NYT, AMNY, News, NY1)
    • Banker, Former Bush Aide Robert Steel Named New Deputy of Economic Development (Crain's, WSJ)
    • Paterson Promises Budget by Monday; Shelly Balks: "There Is No Deadline" (Daily Politics)
    • Cop Chase Killed Nun, 84; 4 in Hospital; Suspects at Large; Browne Deflects (NYT, Post, News, NY1)
    • Brooklyn Paper Files Halfway Decent Estimation of Prospect Park West Brouhaha
    • State DOT Not Ruling Out Heights Demolition for BQE After All (Bklyn Paper)
    • DUMBO BID Envisions Revamped Pearl Street Triangle (Post, Bklyn Paper)
    • Times City Critic Finds MTA PayPass Efficient, Flawed, in Need of Publicity
    • San Francisco Bike Injunction Drags On. And On. (Streetsblog SF)
    • Offshore Drilling Moratorium Blocked; Spill Could Contaminate NY Beaches (Takeaway, WNYC)

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