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    • Cuomo: "We Will Lead on Climate Change" and Rethink "Where We Locate Our Infrastructure" (News)
    • Bike-Share Equipment, Stored in Brooklyn Navy Yard, Damaged by Sandy Flood (NYT)
    • Breezy Point's Bob Turner: "I Don’t Think We Need to Have a Discussion" on Global Warming (Gothamist)
    • Montague Street Tunnel Remains Flooded, Snarling R Train Service (News, NY1)
    • L.I. Hit-and-Run Suspect Fled U.S. After Allegedly Killing 80 Year-Old, Arrested 11 Years Later (Post)
    • Former U.S. DOT Official: Cuomo's Tappan Zee TIFIA Ask "Quite Ambitious" (PoJo)
    • Parking Came Up at S.I. Wheel Environmental Hearing -- Keep It Cheap, Islanders Say (Advance)
    • After Seward Park Opposition, Chinatown Curbside Bus Moves Closer to Pike Street Permit (DNA)
    • Black Cars Continue to Be Problem Around Barclays Center; NYPD Uninterested in Enforcement (AYR)
    • Could Sidewalk Maintenance Be Taken Over by City as Part of Gridlock Sam's Plan? (Cap'n Transit)

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