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8:53 AM EDT on October 7, 2011

    • Tix Fix Whistleblower Becomes Pariah on the Force (News)
    • Tix Fix Cop Didn't Care Dad and Friends Were Guilty, Now Considered Non-credible Witness (News)
    • Scott Stringer, Margaret Chin, TriBeCa Parents Push for Stop Sign At Dangerous Intersection (DNAinfo)
    • Editorial: Blame Port Authority, Governors and Anti-Toll Public For Axing Bus Garage (
    • Insiders on Likely Port Authority Pick Pat Foye: "Is This Really the Best That Cuomo Can Do?" (Crain's)
    • Cuomo Won't Punish Housing Commish For DWI Conviction (News)
    • Perversely, Law Enforcement Punishes Legit Dollar Vans the Most (Atlantic)
    • Observer Picks Up NBBL Files, Notes Irony of Avid Cyclist Schumer Opposing Lane
    • No One Does NIMBYism Like The Upper East Side (DNAinfo)
    • Prospect Park West Bike Lane Opponent Calls For New Cross-Brooklyn Expressway (HuffPo)

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