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8:50 AM EDT on May 24, 2012

    • Lower East Side Seward Park Development Approved by Community Board 3 (Crain's)
    • Bike-Share NIMFYs Get Their Say in the Brooklyn Paper
    • James Vacca and Peter Koo Push Cleanliness Ratings for Subway Stations ... (DNA, WNYC)
    • ... Opening Themselves to Ridicule From Pundits and Straphangers (Second Ave Sagas, WSJ)
    • Backers Want to Convert Astoria Park Olympic Pool Into Outdoor Performance Space (WSJ)
    • McKean Recovering After Upper West Side Crash; Witness Describes "Hurtling" Vehicle (Post, DNA)
    • Off-Duty Cop Charged With DWI and Leaving Scene of Astoria Collision (DNA)
    • Sunnyside, Staten Island: DOT Plans Road Diet for Street Plagued by Speeding Drivers (DNA)
    • CT Gov Malloy, Business and Labor Leaders Break Ground on Major Busway Project (MTR)
    • Climate Change Study Predicts Increase in Urban Heat Deaths (Transpo Nation)

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