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9:02 AM EST on February 15, 2011

    • Parking Rules Will Be Centerpiece of Quinn's State of the City Speech Today (NYT, Post)
    • The National Progressive Media Gets the Transformation of NYC Streets Under JSK (Alternet)
    • What Political Plum Will Jim Walden Get After Working Pro Bono for Chuck Schumer's Wife? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Early Favorite for Phrase of the Decade: "Eating Our Seed Corn" (NYT)
    • Is It Snow That Makes Park Slope Buses Bunch Up, or the Traffic and Fare Collection? (Bklyn Paper)
    • With DMV Rule Change, Drivers Caught on Cell Phones Will Rack Up Two Points on License (Gothamist)
    • Midtown Biz Owners Thrilled at Prospect of More Transit Riders Coming From Jersey (DNAInfo)
    • A Trans-Hudson Tunnel Will Be Tough to Build With a Tea Party House (Crain's)
    • Biggest Challenge for Cab-Sharing Is Making It Comfortable (Crain's)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Picks Apart Adam Lisberg's Piece on 311 and Bike Complaints

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