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8:56 AM EST on January 7, 2014

    • City's Bronx Soccer Plan Features Yankee Parking Bailout, Locks Out City From Rent Income (News, IBO)
    • Local CM Mark-Viverito, Who Opposed the Original Parking Deal (Twitter), Not Warm to the Idea (CapNY)
    • Friends of Bloomberg Emailed Him to Have Citi Bike Stations Removed, to No Avail (DNA)
    • Despite de Blasio's Campaign Talk, Plazas Likely to Expand (AMNY)
    • After a Rocky 2013, Metro-North President Howard Permut Resigns (NYT, WSJ, News)
    • The Election May Be Over, But John Liu Is Still Campaigning, Driving Himself to Appearances (Observer)
    • Yassky, After Resigning as TLC Chair, Officially Leaves Commission Entirely (CapNY)
    • Crumbling Bluestone Plaza and Sidewalks Outside Brooklyn Borough Hall Could See Repairs (DNA)
    • EDC Ferry Study Identifies 11 Potential New Landings in Five Boroughs Costing $80 Million (DNA)
    • Yesterday, the MetroCard Turned 20 Years Old; MTA Hopes to Replace It Within Five Years (WNYC)
    • In Connecticut, Love Blossoms Between Traffic Reporter and Guest After Distracted Driving Piece (NYT)

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