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    • Real Estate Tax, Pension Contributions And Albany Pile On To MTA's Money Woes (NY1)
    • Poll Shows GOP Could Retake State Senate (Post)
    • Without Market for Office Space, Atlantic Yards Proposes a Plaza Instead (City Room)
    • Tish James Revives Call for Residential Permit Parking Near Arena (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Bloomberg Endorses Parking Ticket Quotas as Traffic Enforcement Metric (News)
    • Double Parker Puts Traffic Agent in Hospital for Trying to Ticket Him (News)
    • Waterfront Commission Uses $80K/Year Detectives to Find Execs Parking Spots (News)
    • City's Plan to Clean Our Water: Greener Streets, Sidewalks, Roofs, Parking Lots (NYT)
    • Wildcat Strike Shuts Down New York Harbor Ports For First Time in 25 Years (NYT)
    • NJ Transit Proposes Revamping Hoboken's Transit Center With Development Dollars (Patch)
    • Charles Barron: Wait! I Still Oppose Congestion Pricing (Transpo Nation)

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