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8:51 AM EST on November 22, 2013

    • Outstanding Coverage of Child Pedestrian Deaths From Arthur Chi'en of WPIX
    • Court of Appeals Upholds Murder Convictions of Impaired Drivers in Deadly Crashes (NewsdayAP)
    • Park Slope Father Wants to Organize Parents and Others for Street Safety (DNA)
    • DOT to Solicit Public Input for Citi Bike in Astoria (DNA)
    • Snafus, General Weirdness Lead Inwoodites to Call for Ouster of 34th Precinct Council Prez (DNA 12)
    • Public Space Advos and NIMBYs Come Out for QueensWay Workshop (DNA)
    • Queens CB 12 Votes Against Ozone Park Hotel Where Developer Plans 200 Parking Spaces (News)
    • Staten Island Man Assaulted Trying to Keep ATV Riders Out of Park (Post)
    • New Jersey Legislators Threaten Subpoenas Over George Washington Bridge Lane Closures (WSJ)
    • Wall Street Journal Maps Manhattan's Disappearing Gas Stations
    • Watch City Council Members Campaign for Speaker on NY1

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