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    • Today's Council Speaker Vote the Type of Showdown Not Seen Since 1986 (Crain'sNews)
    • State of the State Teasers: Cuomo on Subway Storm Fixes (News), Airports (Crain'sWNYC)
    • Cuomo Calls NYC Airports "Inexcusable" as LGA Set to Begin $3.6 Billion Reconstruction (WSJ)
    • Zombie PPW Lawsuit Has Hearing This Morning (F'd in Park Slope)
    • Sunset Park Industrial Leaders: Cross-Borough BRT Can Help Attract Companies, Workers (City Limits)
    • SI Ferry Parking Will Be Cheaper (It's Free for Now) as Mall Developer Takes Over (Advance)
    • Entrances at First Avenue L Train Station Too Crowded, Residents Say at CB Meeting (DNA)
    • Fire Truck Heading to Nearby Blaze Strikes, Seriously Injures Man on McDonald Avenue (News)
    • Protected Bike Lanes That Can Accommodate Emergency Vehicles -- What an Idea! (HuffPo)
    • Jerry Seinfeld on Reddit: Walking or Biking to Work in NYC Is the "Coolest Thing There Is"
    • Not Just Cool, But Cold: With Subzero Wind Chills, New Yorkers Still Taking to Citi Bike (WNYC)

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