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    • It Will Be Mayor de Blasio, Comptroller Stringer, and Public Advocate James (NYT 1, 2, News)
    • Ken Thompson Bests Charles Hynes, Again, for Brooklyn DA (CapNY)
    • Who Might Get Some of the Top Jobs in the de Blasio Administration? (NYT, News)
    • Governing Looks at the Legacies of NYC's Janette Sadik-Khan and Chicago's Gabe Klein
    • Driver Kills Pedestrian Candida Acosta, 74, Runs Stop Sign, Jumps Curb in Mott Haven (DNA, WABC)
    • DOT Proposes Turn Bans, Curb Extensions, Pedestrian Medians in Inwood (DNA)
    • WCBS Talks to David Greenfield About His 20 MPH Speed Limit Bill
    • With Citi Bike Setting Records, Bronxites Want Expansion to Their Borough (Bronx Times)
    • MTA Looking to Eliminate Staffed Booths at 25 Stations as Part of TWU Contract Negotiations (News)
    • Can a Parking Lot in NYC Really Be All That Green to Begin With? (Brownstoner Queens)
    • Before the Marathon, a Four Year-Old and Her Father Got a Glimpse of Car-Free Streets (Bklyn Spoke)

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