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    • Lhota Says Base Fare Will Probably Rise to $2.50 (NYT, News, SAS)
    • Her Daughter's Killer Unnamed and Unpenalized, Mother of Roxana Buta Sues City (Post, DNA)
    • Case Dropped Against Lindsay Lohan for Alleged Hit-and-Run in Chelsea (NYT)
    • 3-Vehicle Collision Leaves School Bus Overturned in East Harlem; NYPD: Nothing to See Here (DNA)
    • Cyclist Struck, Seriously Injured in Williamsburg Monday Afternoon (DNA)
    • Cy Vance Hosts Vehicular Crimes Training Course for Area Prosecutors
    • Lower Manhattan and Environs Attracting More Professionals and Couples With Kids (NYT)
    • EDC Presents Willets Point Plans in English to Audience That Doesn't Speak English (CapNY)
    • Manhattan CB 12 Member Pens Bewildering Op-Ed on Henry Hudson Bridge Tolls (Uptown Collective)
    • Brooklyn Paper Picks Up Lentol's Call for Pulaski Bridge Realignment
    • Brooklyn Spoke Spies a Citi Bike Docking Station
    • Damn Bike Lanes (Post)

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