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9:12 AM EDT on June 24, 2010

    • NYC Population Growth Good News for Albany Dems; Your Results May Vary (NYT)
    • MTA Budget Takes Another Hit as Real Estate Tax Revenue Comes Up Short (Crain's)
    • Proposed Benefit Cuts for New Hires Would Save Current Transit Jobs (News)
    • DC's Unfunded Passenger Rail Mandate Will Cost State (MTR)
    • Planning Commission Signs Off on Flushing Commons; Critics: Parking, Parking, Parking (NY1)
    • Driver in Chase That Killed Sister Mary Celine Graham Charged With Murder (News, NY1)
    • Related: Mugging Victim Takes More Responsibility Than NYPD (Post)
    • DWI Killer Sentenced to Rehab for '09 FDR Crash; Judge: Jail Won't Bring Victim Back (DNAinfo)
    • Marcia Kramer Upset That the Mayor of New York City Doesn't Spend His Time Disciplining TEAs
    • Pedestrian Plaza to Be Installed for Duration of Chambers Street Reconstruction (Tribeca Trib)
    • NYSDOT Won't Take More of Brooklyn Heights for BQE; No Promises for Other Nabes (Bklyn Paper)

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