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    • Redistricting Deal Would Entrench New York's Non-Competitive Elections for Years (News)
    • Lincoln Center Blows Off Mounting Pedestrian Injuries on Nearby Streets (DNA)
    • Roger Toussaint, Who Led 2005 Transit Strike, Attacks John Samuelsen's Bargaining Tactics (WSJ)
    • NYPD to Set Up Four Traffic Checkpoints Around Re-opened WTC Site (DNA)
    • Advocates to Legislature: Budget for Transit on the Tappan Zee (MTR)
    • Bklyn Paper Picks Up NYPD's Victim-Blaming Justification for Not Charging Hit-and-Run Killer
    • Brownstoner Reporters Constantly Hear Developers Say Parking Minimums Are a Pain
    • Brooklyn CB 1 Picks a Fight Against Sidewalk Seating (Bklyn Paper)
    • Are the Screws Tightening on the Last Member of the Fare Hike Four? (Daily Politics)
    • Infrastructure Porn From the Second Avenue Subway Tunnel (2nd Ave Sagas)

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