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    • Bill Thompson to Bow Out of Mayor's Race, Locking up Nomination for de Blasio (NYTPost)
    • Daily News Op-Ed Calls for Citywide and Council Candidates to Address Street Safety
    • Hit-and-Run Drivers Kill Two Women and Injure Senior in the Bronx and Queens (Post, News 12DNA)
    • Teenager Kills Himself in Brooklyn Crash (News); 2 Dead in Queens Motorcycle Collision (NY1)
    • Queens Principal: DOE Ordered Boneheaded Letter Blaming Kids After Curb-Jump Crash (DNA)
    • Daily News Says Driver Who Mangled Kids May Be Charged, Post Claims CIS Probe Is "Routine"
    • Related: No Charges Yet for Cab Driver Who Maimed Sian Green, Now Out of ICU (NBC, News)
    • Opponents Still Working to Halt Nissan Taxis (NYT), Which Aren't Very Fuel Efficient (WSJ)
    • GAO Faults Port Authority on Toll Hikes (TransNat)
    • Land Grab Stalls Washington Heights Development That Would Put Parking on Top of 1 Train (DNA)
    • Debi Rose Says Staten Island Ferris Wheel Is Not a Done Deal (Advance)

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