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    • Cuomo Responds Only to East River Portion of Move NY Plan, Rejects It (WNYC, News, Gothamist)
    • Most Surprising Coverage of Move NY? Marcia Kramer at WCBS
    • Quinn: Council Aims to Pass Speed Limit Bill Next Month (NYTObserver, News 12)
    • Buddhi Thapa, 41, Killed by SUV Driver While Crossing 2nd Avenue on UES (WCBS, News)
    • Unidentified Man Crossing Rockaway Boulevard in Springfield Gardens Killed by Driver (WABC)
    • Council Requires DOT to Install 50 Speed Humps Near Schools Each Year (Advance, WNYC)
    • Tax Proposals in Albany Set to Affect MTA Funding Streams (MTR)
    • DNA and WSJ Cover Yesterday's Announcement of Plaza Maintenance Donation from Chase
    • Assembly Member Simotas and DOT Study Dangerous Astoria Boulevard Intersection (Brownstoner)
    • SI Wheel Developer: "We've Got Plenty of Room to Park for Staten Islanders" (Advance)
    • Got a Bus Lane Ticket? Assembly Member Malliotakis Will Fight It For You (Advance)
    • Steve Levin Racked Up So Many Unpaid Parking Tickets, City Hall Won't Renew His Placard (Post)

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