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    • Bloomberg, With Gore, Talks Sandy Recovery and Preparing for the Next Storm: NYT, CapNYGrist
    • Lhota Pegs Sandy's Damage to MTA at $5 Billion as He Makes Case to Congress (NYTCapNY)
    • Lhota Reportage Takes Root in Will-He-Won't-He Territory (News, NYT)
    • Weak BAC Evidence a Blessing for Pedestrian Killer Kevin Spellman (R'dale Press, NYT, News, Post)
    • Staten Island Motorists Comprehend the Folly of Maximized Ferris Wheel Parking (DNA)
    • MLS Fetes Players and Fans at PR Rally for Proposed Queens Stadium (CapNY)
    • Gothamist, DNA Preview Pedestrian Bridge Connecting DUMBO to Brooklyn Heights
    • Hank Paulson: Business Mogul, Treasury Secretary, Nascent Urbanist? (NYT)
    • AP Picks Up Red Light Cam Suit; New Jersey PSA Lays Bare the Piggishness Behind It
    • Imagine If Being Killed By a NYC Motorist Was as Rare as Being Shoved Onto Subway Tracks
    • Sleep Tight, Manhattan: Cy Vance Has Your Back (Gothamist)

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