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    • Chris Ward's Job Still In Danger, Despite WTC and Aviation Successes (Observer)
    • Businesses Complain About Congestion at Redesigned Queens Plaza, Still Under Construction (News)
    • Legislature Passes Own Version of Distracted Driving Legislation, Not Cuomo's (DemChron)
    • Long Island Driver Hits and Kills Pedestrian in Deer Park (Newsday)
    • Jersey City Seniors Most Able in State to Remain Mobile After They Stop Driving (Star-Ledger)
    • Top Planner Helps Ralph Gardner Exorcise Irrational Lifelong Hate of E. 86th Street (WSJ)
    • Metro-North Continues Rollout of New Cars on New Haven Line (LoHud)
    • Photos: Downtown Brooklyn Public Plaza Nearly Complete (Brownstoner)
    • ConEd Says It Can't Fix Badly Needed Streetlight Because of Parking Regulations (News)
    • The Brooklyn Spoke Compendium of Bike Lane Doublespeak

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