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8:55 AM EDT on July 13, 2010

    • Reclaiming the Sheridan for People, Housing and Parks -- It's Within Reach (NYT)
    • Fare Hike 2011: MTA Eyes 90-Ride Cap on Monthly Metrocards (News)
    • State Authorities Loaded Down With $133B in Debt; MTA Share: $28B (City Room)
    • Shocker: Forget About the Coup, Espada Says Dems Discriminating Against Him (Post, NY1)
    • Pavement to Parks: Pearl St. Cafe Gets DOT to Convert Parking Spots to Outdoor Seating (DNAInfo)
    • Parking Agents Spend Shifts Guarding Their Own Parked Cars in Westchester Square (Post)
    • Would State DOT Widen This BQE Exit Ramp If Driving Had a Pricetag? (Bklyn Paper)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Questions the Need for More Public Hearings on Station Agent Layoffs
    • Check Out Long Island's "Better Burb" Finalists (MTR)
    • Uber-Rich NYC Porschephiles Get in Line for Fantastically Anti-Urban Machine (Post)

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