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    • Rangel Has 4-Point Lead With 99% Reporting; Espaillat Won't Concede (Politico, CapNY, WSJ)
    • MTA Announces Members of Cuomo's Transit "Reinvention Commission," Meeting Today (Crain's)
    • Ocean Pkwy Safety Fixes Still Being Designed, Begin Construction Next Spring (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • In Immigrant Communities, Pedestrian Plazas Are a Vital Civic Space (Gotham Gazette)
    • DOT to Install Fourth Avenue Safety Upgrades in Bay Ridge, But No Road Diet (Bklyn Daily Eagle)
    • TZB Clean Water Fund Loan: EPA Says It's Under Review (LoHud); NYT Tells Cuomo to Slow Down
    • LIRR Unions Reject Latest Offer, Set to Strike Next Month; Commuter Bus Plan Ready (NYT)
    • DOT's Street Conversions to One-Way Hit a Speed Bump at Brooklyn CB 1 (Bklyn Paper)
    • Brooklyn CB 9 Has Had the Same Chair Nearly Every Year Since 1979, But No More (DNA)
    • Cy Vance Takes Hard Line Against Dangerous Driving -- If You Brag About It on YouTube (NYT)
    • New Housing Coming to Gas Station in Cobble Hill (Bklyn Paper)

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