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8:59 AM EDT on March 13, 2014

    • UWS CB Committee OKs DOT Plan for Riverside Drive Street Safety Upgrades (DNA)
    • Charges Against Man Roughed Up After Jaywalking Stop Have Not Been Dropped (Post, WABC)
    • Daily News Covers NYPD's Warning-Style Flyers for Jaywalking in Bay Ridge
    • Man Who Killed Bus Driver While Driving Stolen Truck Faces Murder, Vehicular Homicide Charges (DNA)
    • Three Injured -- One Critically, Two Seriously -- in Great Kills Crash (Advance)
    • NYPD Offering $2,000 Reward for Information on Deadly Northern Blvd Hit-and-Run Driver (Courier)
    • Shared Taxi Rides Have Huge Potential in NYC (Atlantic Cities)
    • Matteo Bill Would Extend Deadline for Homeowners to Fix Sidewalk Damage to 120 Days (Advance)
    • Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen Meets With Borough Presidents to Talk Affordable Housing (Crain's)
    • City's Street Furniture Contract With Cemusa Has Yielded Few Public Toilets (NYT)

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