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    • NYC Posts Slow Growth Numbers, Says Census; Pols Blame Immigrant Undercount (NYT, Post)
    • LI Bus Riders and Workers Make Their Case Against Slashing 25 Routes (MTR)
    • Diaz Continues Push for Hotel at Yankee Stadium Garages; Others Want Parks, Flea Market (News)
    • Juan Gonzalez: Public Won't See One Cent in Rent or Taxes From Those Garages (News)
    • CB 2 Approves Just One of Six Pop-Up Café Applications; Sean Sweeney Must Be Gloating (Post)
    • After Waiting a Decade, Prospect Heights to See Eastern Parkway Redesign in 2012 (Bklyn Paper)
    • Two School Bus Drivers Had Suspended Licenses, Kept Working Under False Names (Post)
    • NYC Considers Waste-To-Energy Plants, Potentially Cutting Trash-Hauling Truck Trips (Gotham Gazette)
    • Transpo Nation Has More Highlights from Yesterday's Howard Wolfson Interview
    • ConEd Plan to Close Employee Parking Lot Has Union, Nearby Business in a Tizzy (Bklyn Paper)
    • DC Presses Forward on Demand-Based Parking Pricing, Adjusting Rates to Occupancy (GGW)

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