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8:45 AM EST on December 9, 2010

    • Riverside Center Mega-Development Clears City Council Hurdle (Crain's, WSJ)
    • The Final Deal Lets Extell Build Whopping 1,500 Parking Spaces (Details to Come)
    • Innovator Gabe Klein Is Out at DC DOT as New Administration Comes to City Hall (GGW, WaPo)
    • Jury Convicts Drunk Driver Who Killed Ysemny Ramos of Manslaughter (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man Sitting on the Curb in Jamaica (ABC7)
    • B82 Bus Rider Takes Out Anger Over Slow Speed By Attacking Bus Driver (Post)
    • Kips Bay Ped Plaza NIMBYs Live in Fear of Garbage-Strewn Dystopia (DNAinfo)
    • Roosevelt Islander: New Parking Tech Is Good, But Why Add More Car Storage Where It's Not Needed?
    • New Subway Transfer in Downtown Brooklyn Opens Tomorrow; LIC Transfer Coming in Feb (NY1)
    • Ex-DEP Commish Emily Lloyd Will Succeed Tupper Thomas as Prospect Park Boss (City Room)

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