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    • Commuters Cheer as MTA Reopens Old South Ferry Station (AdvanceNews, Gothamist)
    • NYPD Releases Granular Murder Analysis (PostCapNY); Bloomberg Meets With Gun Victims (News)
    • Cy Vance Drops Ferrari Assault Case -- ADA Says Cop's Injuries Weren't Severe Enough (Post)
    • Sad Video: Police Helpless to Stop Bronx Motor Bikers (Gothamist)
    • Schumer Wants Washington to Help Pay for Expansion of East River Ferry Service (DNA)
    • Brooklyn Paper Picks Up Campaign for Verrazano Bike-Ped Access
    • Municipal Art Society Looking for New Madison Square Garden Site (Crain's)
    • Second Ave Sagas Examines Northeast Corridor Improvement Plans
    • Council Candidate Rory Lancman Joins Protest of NYCHA Parking Fee Hike (Times Ledger)
    • How Bizarre Is It That Seth Pinsky Is Leading NYC Preparations for the Next Superstorm? (Crain's)
    • Bronxites Say Majora Carter Abandoned Borough in Taking Job With Fresh Direct (NYT)
    • Always Room for More in the New York Pols Hall of Shame (Post 1, 2, 3; News 1, 2)

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