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    • Observer Worried Citi Bike Riders Will Poke Their Eye Out With That Thing; Gothamist Responds
    • Bloomberg Extends Rockaways Ferry Through Labor Day (DNA, NY1)
    • Parents of Ariel Russo Want Independent Probe of 911 Delay (News 12)
    • Bodega Worker Struck by Speeding and Alleged Drunk Driver Opens His Eyes (DNA)
    • In Daily News Chat, Albanese Touts "Mayors for Transit," Fends Off Dumb Bike Lane Question
    • 34th Precinct Aims to Clear Vendors From Sidewalks in Washington Heights and Inwood (DNA)
    • Cop Impersonator Orders Another Motorist Out of Flushing Parking Spot, Then Shoots Him (TL)
    • Advance Says DOT Is Dismissive of Council Members' Request to Increase Off-Peak Ferries
    • Rockefeller and Lindsay Order Studies on East and Harlem River Bridge Tolls (MTR)

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