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    • Yankee Stadium Parking Operator Agrees to Build Hotel at Site of Largest Garage (News, Post)
    • Right On Cue, Tabloid Editorials Twist Hunter Bike/Ped Crash Study (News, Post)
    • Taxi Industry Lobbying Wins Defectors From Livery Bill: Vito Lopez and Bill DeBlasio (Post, CapTon)
    • Cab Companies Sent $30,000 to Cuomo Over The Summer (News)
    • DOT Won't Narrow Lanes From Highway Width on Deadly Adam Clayton Powell Blvd (DNAinfo)
    • CB 6 Committee Unanimously Endorses Baruch Plan for Pedestrianized 25th Street (DNAinfo)
    • Homeless Find Broadway Plazas Safest Place to Spend the Night (DNAinfo)
    • Suffolk County Exec: MTA Should Declare State of Emergency to Scrap Union Contracts (Newsday)
    • Tougher Texting Law Leads to 43 Percent Increase in Tickets (LoHud)
    • Poll Shows Mega-Support for Completing East Side Greenway With UN Land Deal (Crain's)
    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Labor-Led Lockbox Rally (NY1, AMNY)

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