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    • Feds Arrest Malcolm Smith and Dan Halloran for Alleged Bribery Plot (Post)
    • Juan Gonzalez: Sources Say "City Hall" Knew Yankee Stadium Garage Deal Was a Loser
    • Scott Stringer and Inez Dickens Reappoint Daniel Zweig to Manhattan CB 7
    • Bike New York, Cycling Education Provider, Sues City Over $900,000 NYPD Parade Fee (NYTWSJ)
    • Pedestrian in Cardiac Arrest on Fourth Ave (Bklyn Paper); 2 Dead in Bruckner Blvd Hit-and-Run (News)
    • City Testing Program to Substitute Cabs for Access-A-Ride (News)
    • City Planning Dials Down NYC Population Growth Projection (CapNY)
    • Business Improvement District Proposed for Far West Side (DNA)
    • Sitting in Traffic, Staten Island Motorists Tweet Complaints About Staten Island Motorists (Advance)
    • Mayor of Syracuse Makes News for Criticizing Cuomo's Lack of Interest in Cities (NYT)
    • Under a Very Odd Headline, Salon Profiles the Time's Up Living Will Project
    • Daily News Scolds Alec Baldwin for Breaking Bike Laws, Real and Imagined

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