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    • City Council Passes Budget, Apparently Without Touching Parking Meter Rates (Gotham Gazette)
    • Tractor-Trailer Driver Kills 13-Year-Old Girl Near Staten Island School; No Charges (News, Post)
    • Drunk Driver Critically Injures 6-Year-Old Jamaica Girl as She Waits for Ice Cream (News)
    • MTA Gets No Credit From the Daily News for Select Bus Service or Countdown Clocks
    • 2,824 Riders on First Weekday of Paid East River Ferry Service (DNAinfo, Brooklyn Paper)
    • It's Fighting-for-Scraps Season on the Brooklyn Bridge (Gothamist)
    • Amtrak Gets Big Federal Loan to Buy New Locomotives for Northeast Corridor (Transpo Nation)
    • WSJ Covers the Rezoning of Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue
    • NYPD Fail (Jalopnik)
    • We Oughta License and Insure All These Scofflaw Drivers (Brooklyn Spoke)

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