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8:56 AM EDT on March 22, 2013

    • Bill de Blasio Camp Says He Would Not Remove Prospect Park West Bike Lane (TransNat)
    • Council Progressive Caucus Calls for Road Pricing and BRT Network (CapNY)
    • DOT: Winter Cycling Up 23 Percent, April to October Numbers Mostly Unchanged in 2012 (NYT)
    • Lhota: No Inspector General (Politicker); GOP Candidates Agree NYC Trash Belongs in NJ (DNA)
    • Acevedo Pleads Not Guilty, Defense Attorney Says DA Can't Prove Manslaughter (NewsPost)
    • After Failing to Totally Beat the Rap, Kevin Spellman Awfully Sorry About Grandma Killing (R'dale Press)
    • Death of Mark Chanko, Struck by Driver on Upper East Side, Aired on Television (News)
    • Smith-9th Subway Station to Reopen in April (Bklyn Paper2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Rave Reviews for Pedestrian Bridge From Brooklyn Heights to Brooklyn Bridge Park (NYT)
    • Schneiderman Conducts Sting for Bogus Auto Inspections (Post, News)
    • Want a Rent-Free Home Office in NYC? NYT Columnist Explains How.

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