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8:58 AM EST on December 19, 2013

    • Council Speaker: Mark-Viverito Declares Victory (NYT, C&S); Garodnick Won't Concede (CapNY)
    • Deal With Brooklyn Dems Could Have David Greenfield Helming Land Use or Transpo (Observer)
    • Van Bramer or Ferreras to Finance Committee; Lander to Deputy Speaker for Policy (CapNY)
    • Gotham Gazette: Traffic Safety Is Where de Blasio Can Clearly Wrest Home Rule From Albany
    • Tish Adds BRT to Street Safety Platform (C&S 1, 2); 2nd Ave Sagas: BRT Should Be Gateway to Rail
    • Parents of Timothy Keith, 5, Sue Cab Company for Fatal Cobble Hill Crash (Post)
    • October's News, Today: Daily News Covers CB 10's Rejection of Bay Ridge Road Diet
    • Parks, DOT Studying Plan to Expand Plaza Near Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel Ramp Downtown (NYT)
    • Cuomo OKs Insurance App for Parents to Disable Teens' Phones, Monitor Driving Behavior (CapNY)
    • Sadik-Khan, Molinaro Christen New Crosswalks and Median Near SI Borough Hall (Advance)
    • Robert Moses Was Born 125 Years Ago Yesterday -- December 18, 1888 (Bowery Boys)

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