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8:51 AM EDT on September 9, 2013

    • Poll: Quinn and Thompson Tied, De Blasio Would Trounce Either in Runoff (WSJ)
    • Gelinas Takes to Cycling (City Journal), Says GOP Candidates Must Address Street Safety (Post)
    • Gelinas: Next Mayor Should Embrace Toll Equity to Help Defuse MTA Debt Bomb (City Journal)
    • Thompson Wants Taxpayers to Cover More of the Verrazano's Costs (Advance)
    • MTA Increases Q103 Service in Astoria and Long Island City (Post)
    • The Taxi and Limousine Commission Seized Record Number of Illegal Cabs in August (Post)
    • Liu Says Cemusa Wrongly Billed DOT for Millions (Post)
    • Speeding Driver Who Killed Self on West Side Highway Gets No Accolades From the Post
    • Motorcyclist Dead After Crash on Junction Boulevard in Elmhurst (News, TL)
    • Motorist Gets Parking Ticket Thrown Out by Showing She Was Double-Parked Elsewhere (Post)
    • Don't Lock It Like Beckham (News)

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