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8:40 AM EST on December 8, 2011

    • Legislature Approves Cuomo Tax Reform Package (DNA, Bloomberg, NYT)
    • Cuomo's Payroll Tax Deal "Virtually Guaranteed" Suburban State Sens Will Win Reelection (City+State)
    • Gov Holds Up Livery Cab Bill, Probably Until Next Year (NYT, News)
    • Nicole Gelinas: Tax Deal Glosses Over MTA Labor Cost Crisis (Post)
    • Gotham Gazette: TWU Contract Negotiations Present Lhota's First Test
    • MTA More Likely to Shut Service for Storms, Will "Advocate" for Stranded Straphangers (Post, News)
    • Cell Phone Bus Tracking System to Debut on Staten Island (NY1)
    • Some of Those Perpetually Frozen Subway Escalators Are Privately Owned (News)
    • Garbage Truck Driver Kills Williamsburg Pedestrian; "No Crime Suspected" (News, NYT, Patch)
    • Watch Speeding Drivers Blow Stop Signs and Salmon Through Residential Blocks in Flushing (NY1)
    • Bloomberg Unveils New "Urban Umbrella" Scaffold Design (DNA)

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