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8:56 AM EDT on October 10, 2013

    • Council Approves Willets Point Plan, Including Massive Parking Lot (Times LedgerDNACapNY)
    • Hallets Point Project Also Approved, With City Study of Ferry Service to Transit-Starved Site (Crain's)
    • Council Unanimously Approves Half-Hour Intervals for SI Ferry (NewsAdvance2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • In Debate With Lhota (de Blasio Was Absent), Carrión Says East River Tolls Bring "Fairness" (NY1)
    • Lhota Says He Would Up City's MTA Tab; de Blasio: Budget Too Fragile (CapNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Proscecutors Say Off-Duty NYPD Officer Was "Active Participant" in Motor Bike Assault (News)
    • Gypsy Cab Driver Arrested for Running Over Officer's Foot, Dragging Him 75 Feet at JFK (News)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Officer Arrested for Drunk Driving After Hit-and-Run on Parkway in Queens (News)
    • How Fast Do You Have to Be Going to Flip a Car on Delancey? NYPD Won't Investigate (Gothamist)
    • TWU Local 100 Delays Buses In Retaliation for Crackdown on Rule-Breaking Drivers (News)
    • Cab Driver Prefers Watching TV Over Watching His Speed, Puts Portable Set on His Dash (MTR)

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