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    • Michael Gomez, 13, Injured by Maspeth Curb-Jumper, Dies Days Later (Post, DNA, Times Ledger)
    • Maspeth Parents Meet With CM Crowley and DOT on Traffic Safety; NYPD Not Mentioned (Ledger)
    • Q Poll: De Blasio Leads Lhota, 66-25 (WSJ, News)
    • De Blasio, Who Got $250K From Taxi Industry, Says He Would Fire TLC's Yassky (NYT, News, CapNY)
    • In Close Vote, CB 9 Tables Morningside Avenue Traffic Calming Plan Until Next Month (Uptowner)
    • Howard Slatkin, DCP's Sustainability Lead, Gets Promotion as Burden Prepares to Leave (Crain's)
    • Who Doesn't Want to Be Council Speaker? (NYTCapNYCrain'sDNACity Council Watch)
    • TWU and MTA Set to Resume Contract Negotiations After One-Year Delay (News)
    • NYC Transit President Carmen Bianco Gets "Interim" Removed From Title (2nd Avenue Sagas, Post)
    • Port Authority Says Long-Delayed Washington Heights Bus Terminal Renovation on Track (News)
    • Are Pneumatic Tubes the Way to Cut Down on NYC's Dangerous Trash Trucks? (CapNY)

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