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8:59 AM EDT on October 16, 2012

    • More MTA Fare and Toll Hike Proposal Coverage: NYTCapNYPost, Advance
    • Gelinas: Hike the Base Fare, But Go Easy on Every Day Riders; News Slams Albany
    • River Advos, TSTC: TZB Environmental Review Was Rushed and Incomplete (Times Herald-Record)
    • Two Trees Management Is the New Owner of the Domino Sugar Factory (Bklyn Paper)
    • No-Go on Development Deal to Replace Yankee Stadium Garages With Affordable Housing (News)
    • News: DOT Declares Astoria Sidewalk Rack a Bike Corral "Compromise," Peter Vallone Jr. Cheers
    • Jimmy Van Bramer Praises LIC Four-Way Stop, Wants Other Traffic-Calming Measures (DNA)
    • 44-Year-Old Pedestrian Killed on Harlem River Drive (DNA)
    • Bronx Girl Critical After She's Struck in Crosswalk While Walking to School; "No Criminality" (Post, DNA)
    • Harlem Hit-and-Run Victim Arnold Slater Was a Vietnam Vet and Beloved Bon Vivant (Villager 1, 2)
    • NYPD Advises Against Killing the Unarmed (Post); Disgraced Ex-Cop Decries Corruption (Post, News)

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