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8:56 AM EDT on March 12, 2014

    • After Bus Crash Injures School Children, Bed Stuy Residents Call on CB 3 to Approve Slow Zone (DNA)
    • Center for an Urban Future Report Takes on NYC's Aging Infrastructure (Crain's, CapNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • News Focuses on Neighborhood With Lowest Road-Quality Ranking in the Report: West Harlem
    • Driver Beats Up Another to Get Him to Vacate Williamsburg Parking Space (Bklyn Paper)
    • NYPD Leadership Shakeup Continues: Bratton Transfers Up to 100 Commanders (DNA)
    • More Coverage of Forum on How to Improve Jay Street From Brooklyn Daily Eagle
    • Downtown Brooklyn Precinct Targets Jay Street in Double Parking Enforcement Sting (Bklyn Paper)
    • 70th Precinct Offers Ped Safety Tips: "Wear Light...or Reflective Clothing" (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Daniel O'Donnell Talks About His Bill to Lower City's Default Speed Limit to 20 MPH (Spectator)
    • Bronx CB Leaders Worry Required Meeting Webcasts Would Be Expensive, Hurt Engagement (News)

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