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9:19 AM EDT on April 20, 2011

    • More Than Petty Corruption: Harlem Precinct Had Policy to Not Ticket Double Parkers (News)
    • Revived Congestion Pricing Push Has No Flag-Bearer in Legislature (Crain's)
    • DOT Gives Red Hook Streetcar Thumbs Down Over High Cost (Transpo Nation)
    • Park Slope Dead End to Become Weekday Plaza For Middle School Students (Bklyn Paper)
    • Helpful Tip for Avoiding Bike Crackdown: Win an Academy Award (Post)
    • ... Steve Cuozzo Pivots to Another Rant About JSK (Post)
    • Dmitry Gudkov Posts a Photographic Response to Cuozzo's Bike Boom Denialism
    • Drunk Sanitation Worker Smashes Garbage Truck Into Oncoming Vehicle (News)
    • Will Flushing Meadows Park Turn Into Parking Lot During US Open? (News)
    • High School Senior Petitions For Restored Express Bus Service From Astoria (News)

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