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8:57 AM EST on November 14, 2012

    • Simcha Felder Seems Pretty Sure the GOP Will Retain Control of State Senate (CapTon, NYT)
    • Will Joe Lhota Ride His Post-Sandy Popularity to Gracie Mansion? (Post, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Quinn, Acknowledging Climate Change, Calls for Massive Flood-Prevention Infrastructure (WSJ)
    • City Gets Federal Funding for Full Nostrand Ave SBS Route (Post)
    • While Suburbs Balk at MTA Payroll Tax, Construction Industry Group Volunteers to Pay It (MTR)
    • Amsterdam Investing $150M in Bike Infrastructure Over Eight Years (NYT Rendezvous)
    • Believe It or Not, the 84th Precinct Made a Bike Theft Arrest (Bklyn Paper)
    • There Are a Lot of Wrecked Cars in the Flood Zone (DNA)
    • Only Real Cops Get to Jump to the Front of the Gas Lines (Advance)
    • As People Live in Cars Waiting for Gas on Coney Island Ave, Food Delivery Gets More Walkable (News)
    • Philippe Restaurant Turns 60th Street Into Its Private Parking Concession (Eater)

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