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8:59 AM EDT on April 6, 2011

    • Inspector General Finds Rampant Abuse of State Parking Placards, to Call For Reform (News)
    • Police Claim Muni-Meter Grace Period Bill Would Lead to Corruption and Violence (NewsPost)
    • FDNY to Extend Safe Driving Policy for Minor Calls to Brooklyn and Staten Island (News)
    • Big Wheel Trike Outpaces 42nd Street Bus Through Midtown (News)
    • Anthony Weiner Debates Himself Over Whether Bike Lanes Are "Progressive" (Observer)
    • NYPD Blitz Doubled Bike Ticketing Rate in Brooklyn This February (Bklyn Paper)
    • After Two Women Struck by Van, TriBeCa Lobbies for Safer Greenwich Street (DNAinfo)
    • Sore Losers Want to Overturn CB 6 Endorsement of Turtle Bay Pop-Up Café (DNAinfo)
    • Parking, Lot Size Restrictions Block Throggs Neck Medical Office From Opening (Bronx Times)
    • Sheepshead Bay Community Board Nixes Request for Less Parking at New Development (Bklyn Courier)

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