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8:58 AM EDT on September 1, 2011

    • Family of Erica Abbott: Negligent Construction Site Management Caused Her Death (News)
    • Goldsmith Reportedly Quit to Spare City Hall From His Domestic Violence Disgrace (Post)
    • Sam Schwartz: Don't Even Think About Cutting Off the Gas Tax (News)
    • Teens Throw Brick at Cyclist From Navy Street Overpass, Hit Him in the Face (Gothamist)
    • Bronx DA Responds Vigorously to High-Profile Passenger Deaths in Discount Bus Crash (News, NYT)
    • And in S.I., Driver Who Fled Wreck That Killed a Passenger Gets Homicide Charge (Post)
    • Credit, Please, for the Original Tape Measure Story on Atlantic Terminal Security Overkill (Bklyn Paper)
    • San Francisco's Top Traffic Cop Sits Down for an Interview With Bryan Goebel (Streetsblog SF)
    • What's the Deal With That Decoy Red-Light Cam at Fifth and Union? (Patch)
    • More From OpenPlans Founder Mark Gorton on the Harm Caused By Cars in the City (Urban Omnibus)

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