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8:51 AM EDT on October 25, 2013

    • Judge Shoots Down Petrosino Square Citi Bike Suit; Walden Vows Appeal (Post)
    • Bloomberg: The Biggest Problem With Public Plazas Is There Aren't More Of Them (CapNY)
    • Feds Will Help Fund MTA Subway Storm-Proofing, Says Cuomo (Post)
    • Bloomberg Says Citi Bike Isn't Profitable Yet (PostNews)
    • A Five-Point Case for NYC Residential Parking Permits From Tri-State (MTR)
    • Over Objections From Glick, Squadron, and Sweeney, Bloomberg OKs Soho BID (DNA)
    • Reckless Endangerment Charge From Cy Vance for Man Who Pushed Woman Into Traffic (DNA)
    • Rehabbed High Bridge Is the Centerpiece of City's Harlem River Waterfront Restoration (NYT)
    • A Post-9/11 NYPD Parking Lot Behind One Police Plaza Is Now a Park (DNA)
    • East River Esplanade Between 72 and 76th Streets Closed Through November (NYCbike)
    • Danny Dromm Joins Volunteers to Spruce Up Streets Around Diversity Plaza (Q Gazette)
    • The World Trade Center PATH Corridor Opened Thursday; Gothamist Has Pics
    •  Cap'n Transit: Should NYC Trade Staten Island for Bergen Neck?

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