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8:54 AM EDT on April 24, 2012

    • Paterson: Commuter Tax a Non-Starter; Payroll Tax Rollback the "Right Thing to Do" (Capital)
    • City and State Pols Announce Permit Program, New Rules for Inter-City Bus Lines (DNA, WNYC)
    • MTA Hands Over 370 Jay Street to City, NYU (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • No Charges for Garbage Truck Driver for Trail of Destruction on Delancey (Lo-Down 1, 2; Post)
    • Meanwhile: Cy Vance Team Hard at Work Subpoenaing OWS Tweets (Gothamist)
    • Pedestrian Critical in Woodhaven Hit-and-Run, Driver Charged With Leaving Scene (News, Post)
    • MTA Adjusts 21 Bus Routes in Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens (NY1)
    • LIRR to Test Ban on Late-Night Weekend Drinking (NYT)
    • NJ Troopers Escort High-Speed Supercar Caravan on Garden State Parkway (AP, Post)
    • Daily News and NY1 Hype Ray Kelly Mayoral Run

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