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8:55 AM EDT on June 20, 2014

    • More on Passage of 25 MPH Bill: News 12Capital; CBSAP
    • De Blasio and City Council Settle on Budget, Add 200 Police (Capital, APPost, NewsAMNY)
    • TLC Telematics Pilot Will Include Taxi Speed Governors and Cameras (Post)
    • Cuomo Official Defends Appropriation of Clean Water Funds to Finance Tappan Zee (LoHud)
    • Trottenberg: Central Park Must Be Open to Cars Because Traffic (WNYC)
    • Bed-Stuy Collision Ends With Private Trash Hauler Inside Corner Deli; Eight Injured (News, CBS)
    • Better Bus Service for Woodhaven Boulevard? Parking, Says CB 9 Transpo Chair (Queens Courier)
    • City Shuts Down Film Shoots in Long Island City Over Parking Complaints (News, DNA)
    • Next City: De Blasio's Affordable Housing Plan Is About Resiliency, Too
    • 88th Precinct, Covering Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, Pays Attention to Bike Thefts (DNA)

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