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9:04 AM EST on February 11, 2011

    • Climate Change Could Make Flood Days as Common as Snow Days in NYC (WNYC)
    • City Bus Driver Turns Into 76-Year-Old Bronx Man, Crushing Him to Death (News)
    • Can You Spare Some Cash to Help Jackson Heights Create a New Public Space? (News)
    • State Sen. José Peralta and His Wife Park for Free Thanks to Police Placards (Fox5)
    • Markowitz Hoping New Subway Entrance Will Finally Make Fourth Avenue Grand (Bklyn Paper)
    • More Daily News Readers Speak Up for Bike Lanes and JSK
    • After Four Years of State Police Chauffeuring, Paterson Goes for a Walk in NYC (Observer)
    • Queens Developer Will Knock Down Mall to Make Way for City-Mandated Parking (Queens Chron)
    • Cabbies Asking for Handouts to Pay For Vehicle Damage Caused By Potholes (NY1)
    • Movement in Albany to Bring Order to NYC's Intercity Buses (MTR)
    • Sean Sweeney Doesn't Like the Idea of a SoHo BID (Villager)

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