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    • Ped Plaza Dropped From 34th Street Transitway; Other Elements in Doubt (Post, News, WSJ, SAS)
    • Times Credits Nonsensical Post Rants for Thwarting "Unorthodox" Sadik-Khan
    • This Prescient Dispatch From Cap'n Transit Finds Input Process Designed for Failure
    • City Planners Move Ahead With 130-Block Rezoning in Sunnyside, Woodside (News, Observer)
    • News: Target-Anchored Mall in the Works for East Bronx
    • Investors Plan Retail/Hotel/Residential Development at American Stock Exchange Site (NY1)
    • DWI Killer Gets 3.5 to 10 Years for 2010 Death of Long Island City Deliveryman (NY1)
    • Teen Hurt in Hit-and-Run on Great Kills Street Without Sidewalks; Advance Mostly Blames DOE
    • Placard Reform Yet to Catch On at Office of Court Administration (News)
    • Upstate Republicans More Enlightened on Cycling Than Michael DenDekker (CapCon)

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