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8:54 AM EDT on October 28, 2013

    • De Blasio Maintains 45 Point Lead in Times/Siena Poll (NYT)
    • Times Magazine Piece Details How the Subways Survived Sandy ...
    • ... And Cuomo Marks Anniversary By Giving Away Train Rides (NYT, WNYC)
    • De Blasio Says Campaign Donations Won't Guide His Policy on Cabs, Whatever That Is (WNYCCapNY)
    • New Staten Island NYPD Borough Commander: Traffic Enforcement Will Be a Priority (Advance)
    • No Charges: UES Pedestrian Critically Hurt by TEA (Post); W'burg Senior Hit by School Bus Driver (DNA)
    • Ozone Park Ped Plaza to Open This Week, With Backing From Nydia Velazquez and Eric Ulrich (TL)
    • Sources Tell CapNY Inez Dickens Is Not a Contender for Council Speaker
    • Connecticut Electeds and Business Folk Want Faster Trains to NYC (Post Star)
    • Get On the Omnibus: The ABCs of City Planning Circa 1937, via Tri-State

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