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    • Census: NYC Gained 61,440 Residents Last Year, Up 230,000 Since 2010 (AMNYObserver)
    • Cooper Stock's Killer Will Not Be Prosecuted, But He Will Lose His Hack License (CapNY)
    • 2-Day NYPD Speeding Ticket Blitz Nets 4,800 Summonses; There Were 8,400 All Last Month (WCBS)
    • Police Issuing More Dangerous Driving Tickets Compared to Last Year, But Not Everywhere (WNYC)
    • Precincts Covering Forest Hills, Rego Park, Flushing, Astoria to Launch Vision Zero Crackdown (DNA)
    • Police Identify Suspect In Gowanus Hit-and-Run Death, Seek Help Finding Him (News 12, WPIX)
    • Weisbrod Says Neighborhood Rezonings Will Accommodate Affordable Housing (CapNY)
    • Happy Memorial Day Weekend: Governor's Island Ferry Now Costs $2 (Downtown Express)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Writes Epic Post Explaining the Relationship Between Cyclists and Red Lights
    • Trying to Get Out of a Traffic Ticket? Advance Features Advice From Readers -- Including Some LOLs
    • Curbed Looks at Subway Lines That Could Have Been

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