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8:57 AM EDT on June 27, 2013

    • MTA Payroll Mobility Tax Upheld by Appeals Court (Newsday, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Veto-Proof Majorities in Council Back NYPD Oversight Bills (NYTNews)
    • City Council Land Use Committee Backs 10-Year Permit for MSG (NewsCrain's)
    • Weiner, Quinn, Thompson in Three-Way Dead Heat, Finds Latest Poll (CapNYNY1)
    • More Coverage of City's Sheridan Expressway Recommendations (Crain'sBronx Times)
    • S.I. SBS Camera Tickets Begin Soon (Advance); Malliotakis Calls It "Atrocious And Invasive" (Twitter)
    • Ariel Russo's Grandmother Released From Hospital (News, Post 1, 2)
    • Driver, Allegedly Texting, Runs Into Cyclist Waiting at Red Light in Bed Stuy, Then Flees (Gothamist)
    • Liu: City Goes Easy on Companies With Thousands of Dollars in Unpaid Parking Tickets (News)
    • G Train Service Outages for Sandy Repairs Start Next Month (News)

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