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8:59 AM EST on December 22, 2011

    • MTA Board Approves 2012 Budget Held Together With Scotch Tape (NYT)
    • Board Members Vote 6-4 Not to Restore $20 Million in Service (WNYC)
    • Ray Kelly: Fix This! Another Cabbie Jumps Curb and Hurts People, Ticketed for Worn-Out Tires (Post)
    • Queens Group Envisions Decommissioned Elevated LIRR Branch as a Greenway (News)
    • Cuomo Makes It Official and Signs Borough Taxi Bill Into Law (NY1)
    • Jose Peralta Misses Chance to Hear How Speeding Traffic Terrorizes His Constituents (QChron)
    • Markowitz Wishes "Friends of Automobiles" Ran NYC DOT (AYR)
    • Can You Add a Subway Stop to the Roosevelt Island Science Campus? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Get Ready for State Senator Lew Fidler (NYT)
    • Despite Guilty Plea, Kruger Won't Have to Forfeit His Bentley (Post)

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