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    • Full Council to Vote on Residential Parking Permits Today (NYT, News, Bklyn Paper, NY1)
    • Marty Golden Pledges Opposition: "You Should Be Able to Park Wherever You Want" (Post)
    • Koch Gives History Lesson at DOT Walk to School Event (DNAinfo)
    • In Ray Kelly's NYPD, Internal Affairs Turns Blind Eye to Corruption (NYT)
    • Stringer, De Blasio and Thompson Critique Bloomberg and Christie, Back Commuter Tax (NYT)
    • Two Brooklyn Boys on Bike Injured, One Critically, by Suspected Drag Racers (Gothamist, NY1)
    • Bus Stop to Be Placed in Front of School Where Student Was Killed by Truck Driver (Advance)
    • Trial Continues for Man Who Put Woman in Coma Over Village Parking Spot (Post, NY1)
    • MTA Announces Long Island Bus Layoffs as Nassau Preps for Privatization (Transpo Nation)
    • DNAinfo Gets Inside Look at East Side Access
    • Sadik-Khan, Charles Fuschillo to Headline TSTC Annual Benefit -- Tonight! (MTR)

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