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    • Klein Bill Gets Endorsement of TA, City Hall (NYT, WSJ, NewsWNYC, AMNY, Gothamist)
    • Trottenberg on Move NY: "If You Rely on the Polls, It's Not Going to Happen" (CapNY)
    • Video: Officer Doesn't Change Gears to Park; Squad Car Rolls Into Uptown Storefront (WPIXDNA)
    • Curb-Jumping Chinatown Driver Seriously Injures Woman, 60; NYPD Lets Driver Leave (NY1)
    • Retired NYPD Officer Arrested For Hit-and-Run After Killing 13-Year-Old Girl on Long Island (WCBS)
    • Simulator in Flatiron Plaza Shows New Yorkers No One Is Good at Texting and Driving (News, NY1)
    • Glen: City Studying New Senior Housing on NYCHA Lots (CapNY)
    • It's Driving Doctors vs. Car-Owning Residents in Fight Over Morningside Heights Street Parking (News)
    • Eric Adams Has More Taxpayer-Funded Cars Than Other Beeps, But Says He Prefers Transit (News)
    • Albany, Kingston, New Rochelle and Mount Vernon Plead With Senate for Red Light Cams (TU)
    • Iris Weinshall Becomes Chair of Prospect Park Alliance Board, Will Help Select New Director (CapNY)

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