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    • Flow of Oil Might Be Stanched After Gushing for Months, But the Damage Is Done (NYT)
    • Shelley Poticha Is on a Mission to Grow American Cities and Towns Sustainably (Am Prospect)
    • TLC Selects Five Pilot Routes for Commuter Van Service (Transpo Nation)
    • Summer Streets 2010: Now With (Very Hygienic) Dumpster Pools (NYT)
    • CB7 Committee to City: Free Sunday Parking Is Ridiculous (DNAInfo, News)
    • Watch NYPD Waste Time and Taxpayer Money "Policing" Critical Mass (Gothamist)
    • It Must Be MTA-TWU Negotiating Season (News, AMNY)
    • Transit Service Is Shrinking, But Hey, the 7-Train Tunnel Is Done (NY1, Post, WNYC)
    • 86-Year-Old Assemblywoman Nettie Mayersohn Sued for Injuring Woman With Her Car (News)
    • No New Crosswalks for Van Brunt Street This Summer (Bklyn Paper)

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