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8:52 AM EST on November 10, 2011

    • NY1 Credits PPW Bike Lane Foes for Safer Grand Army Plaza; WNYC Notes Dropped Plaza Street Plans
    • Linda Cohen, 55, in Coma After Being Struck by Cyclist in Prospect Park (Walk in the Park, Gothamist)
    • East Harlem Businesses Say Community-Backed Bike Lanes Will Worsen Congestion, Asthma (DNAinfo)
    • More on Plans for Parking-Protected Hudson Street Lane From DNAinfo
    • Cuomo Misses Budget Deadline, Doesn't Set a New One (Post)
    • AP: Are Multiple NYPD Scandals Coincidence, or Evidence of Cyclical Widespread Corruption?
    • Daily News Op-Ed Writer Defends Ticket Fixing as Victimless Crime, Says Civilians Just Don't Get It
    • DiNapoli Reports Metro-North Overtime Abuse (WNYC, Second Ave Sagas)
    • Man in Critical Condition After He Is Hit by His Own Truck at Upper East Side Garage (News)
    • The Nightmare Is Over: MTA Stops Telling Straphangers to Be Patient (Post)

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