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8:59 AM EDT on April 27, 2012

    • Feds Won't Rule Out Transit-Free Tappan Zee Loan; Schumer, Gillibrand: Fingers Crossed (LoHud)
    • Ward: To Keep New York Working, Top Priority of Next Mayor "Has to Be the MTA" (Capital)
    • Gridlock Sam and Brian Lehrer Wonder If Cuomo Understands Toll Proposal (Transpo Nation)
    • Ratner Again Delays Review of Atlantic Yards Transportation Plan (AYR)
    • Family and Friends Mourn Mike Rogalle, Killed By Driver Held Blameless By NYPD (DNA)
    • Group Behind 14th Street Ped Plaza Seeking Proposals for Open-Air Food Market (DNA)
    • MTA Counting on Vendor to Maintain Massive East Side Access Escalator System (WSJ)
    • Markowitz Chief of Staff Scissura Chooses Chamber of Commerce Over Race for Beep (Bklyn Paper)
    • Staten Island DA Dan Donovan Launches New Probe Into Working Families Party (Crain's)
    • Adios, Amigo: Kickback King Carl Kruger Sentenced to Seven Years (NYT)
    • Laugh Track the Only Thing Missing From This Beverly Hills NUMBY Reel (Streetsblog LA)
    • New York City Bike Thieves Have Zero Fear (Post)

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