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8:58 AM EST on December 5, 2013

    • De Blasio's Picks: Anthony Shorris, Dominic Williams, Emma Wolfe (NYTNewsObserver, CapNY 12)
    • Speculation for DOT and City Planning, Among Other Agency Heads, From the Observer
    • WSJ Asks Whether MNR Train Operator Should Be Criminally Charged
    • "I'd Rather Trust Myself to MTA Drivers Than to All the Other Drivers Who Use NY's Highways" (News)
    • Cohen-Eckstein Family Makes Plea at Park Slope Traffic Safety Forum (DNAGothamist)
    • More Coverage of CB 7's Vote Calling for an Amsterdam Avenue Study from DOT (DNA)
    • Willets Point Developers, Land Use Approval in Hand, Want Tax Breaks From EDC (News)
    • IBO Releases Annual Report on NYC's Budget Options, Including East River Bridge Tolls (WNYC)
    • Allegedly Drunk, Speeding Driver Who Plowed Into SI Home Pleads Guilty to Vehicular Assault (Advance)
    • It May Cost $2 to Ride a Ferry to Governors Island Next Year (DNA)
    • Janette Sadik-Khan Got More Votes Than Rudy Giuliani on November's Ballot (NY Mag)

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