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    • Drunk Driver Kills Olvin Yhair Figueroa, 3, Injures Mother in Jackson Heights (NY1, Post, Times Ledger)
    • Police Arrest Driver Who Fled After Critically Injuring Pedestrian, 25, in Corona (News, Post)
    • John Dozier, 64, Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver While Crossing Street in Canarsie (News, WCBS)
    • Activists Stencil Markings Where Eight Children Have Been Killed by NYC Drivers This Year (News)
    • Criticisms Arise As North Shore Busway Gets Sandy Recovery Dollars (Advance via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • State Senators Use Hearing to Stump Against MTA Fare Hikes (NY1, AMNY, WCBS)
    • 125th Street SBS: CB 10 Chair Still Unhappy, While Perkins Claims He Was Never Against It (DNA)
    • Even the Post Seems Tired of the Lawyer for "Well-Heeled Residents 'Victimized' by Citi Bike Racks"
    • With Crosswalk Reopening, WTC's Vesey Street Footbridge Closes for Good (DNA)
    • Council Member Oddo Wants SI Fast Ferry; NY Waterways Says: Cough Up the Dough (Advance)
    • Riding Bike-Share at a Wedding: As Popular As Mom, Baseball, and Apple Pie? (NYT)

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