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    • Woman, 18, Killed by Turning Trucker in Ozone Park (Post)
    • CB 10 Dragged Its Feet on Adam Clayton Powell Safety, But Harlem Residents Approve (News)
    • NYPD Chief Spokesperson Paul J. Browne to Step Down, Take Job at Notre Dame (NYT)
    • Daily News: Barack Obama Loves Ray Kelly, So Critics Should Drop Complaints
    • Michael Gianaris, Joining Van Bramer, Wants Bike-Share in Western Queens (Times Ledger)
    • Daily News Has a Problem With Bike-Share: It's Too Popular
    • Get a Ticket for Riding Outside a Bike Lane? It's Bogus (Animal NY)
    • The Queens Way Feasibility Study Is Still Chugging Along, Despite Opposition (Times Ledger)
    • Second Avenue Sagas: WTC PATH Hub Is a Money Pit With Minimal Transit Upgrades
    • Freight Train Derailment in Bronx Suspends Hudson Line Service (NYTNews)
    • Building Owners Are Seizing Public Plaza Property for Security Measures (CityLand)

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