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    • Jeffries, Meeks, and Goldfeder Seeking Sandy Recovery Funds to Study Rockaway Beach Rail (DNA)
    • The Times Runs an Image Rehab Piece on Deadly Speeder Julio Acevedo
    • Too Many Parents Are Driving Their Kids to PS 63 in Ozone Park (QChron)
    • Stop Signs Safer Than Traffic Lights for Boerum Hill Streets? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Strikes Man in Jackson Heights Crosswalk (Post)
    • Ditmas Park Still Waiting for Mathieu Eugene to Help Tame Dangerous Coney Island Ave (DP Corner)
    • After Police Use Cruiser With Deadly Force to Stop Man on Dirt Bike, Victim's Mother Sues NYPD (AP)
    • Meet the Surveyor Who Laid Out the Manhattan Grid (Leonard Lopate)
    • People's Bank United Knows: Bikes Sell (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Cousin Matthew Loves the Subway (Gothamist)

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