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8:53 AM EDT on August 31, 2011

    • Irene to Prove One of 10 Costliest Disasters in U.S. History (NYT)
    • Transit System Chugs Back to Life, But Some Suburban Lines Still Closed (NYT)
    • Chris Ward Blasts Low Toll Hike: "You Cannot Always Do More With Less" (NewsPost)
    • Walder Defies Cuomo By Speaking at Bloomberg Hurricane Briefing (City Hall News)
    • 60 MPH Hit-And-Run Crash Leaves Manhattan Woman in Coma (News)
    • 29-Year-Old Cyclist Killed After Falling Into Traffic Near Debris (News)
    • MTA Agrees to Tone Down Oversized, Sidewalk-Hogging Bollards Near Atlantic Terminal (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bike-Sharing Will Be Ideal for Students, Especially If It Doesn't Clog Sidewalks (Yeshiva Observer)
    • Fashion Week Eliminates 11 Blocks of Street Parking Near Lincoln Center for Six Weeks (DNAinfo)

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