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8:54 AM EDT on October 5, 2011

    • City Hall Asks Agencies for Two Percent Cuts This Year, Six Percent Cuts Next Year (Businessweek)
    • Video: New Times Architecture Critic Walks South Bronx, Talks Planning With Amanda Burden (NYT)
    • Despite Fixes, Residents Say Brooklyn Bridge Park Access Still Unsafe (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cyclist: I Got Doored, Cop Told Me It Was My Fault and Refused to File Report (Great Pumpkin)
    • TWU Workers Blast MTA Debt, Underwriters Fees at Occupy Wall Street (Thirteen)
    • The Post Is Salivating Over the Potential For Bike Hate During Local Licensing Discussion
    • Pat Foye Still Top Port Authority Pick, But Other Names Circulate (City Hall News)
    • With 511, MTA Condenses 117 Phone Lines Into One (Post)
    • LIC Hotel Offers Cheap Bike Rentals to Encourage Tourists to Explore Queens (News)
    • Tom Duane Likes SBS, But Wants Longer-Lasting Decals for Instructions (DNAinfo)
    • Nice Photo Tour of Second Avenue Subway Construction (Untapped NY)

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