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8:58 AM EDT on June 13, 2014

    • East Midtown Rezoning: NYT Likes de Blasio Plan; 2nd Ave. Sagas Wants It to Include New Subway
    • Thruway Removes Toll Hike Item From Agenda After Gannett Asks About It
    • Parking Being Redeveloped in Little Italy (Bowery Boogie), Downtown Bklyn (HotelChatter)
    • Extell's Affordable Tower Near Manhattan Bridge: 14 Stories, Including Four Stories of Parking (Lo-Down)
    • A Drive-Thru Starbucks Is Just What Queens Boulevard Needs to Become More Walkable (DNA)
    • NJ Transit Now Has a Plan for Where to Store Trains During a Hurricane (WNYC)
    • Advance Readers Sound Off on Reckless Drivers and Their Traffic Shortcuts (1, 2)
    • Espaillat Says He Regrets Voting to Repeal Commuter Tax (News)
    • City Council Wants Teens on CBs (News); Oddo Wants New CB Members to Take Course (DNA)
    • Wow, @ErrolLouis, Wow

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