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8:57 AM EDT on June 27, 2014

    • 6-Year-Old Injured in East Elmhurst Crosswalk, Residents ID Driver as NYPD Officer (Gothamist)
    • More on State Approval of Cuomo's $500 Million Clean Water Loan for TZB From NYTGannettTU
    • Tow Truck Driver Kills Man in Sheepshead Bay Lot; He "Did Not See Him While Parking" (NY1)
    • Keith Wright's Top Staffers Pulled Over, Drop His Name Before DWI, Reckless Driving Arrests (Post)
    • AAA Truck Driver Critically Injures Man on Motorized Scooter in Midwood; No Charges (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bklyn CB 2 Committee Backs DOT Plan to Reroute Left Turns at Flatbush and Myrtle (DNA)
    • More on New Curb Extensions at 60th and Third, Requests for More From CB 8 (DNA)
    • Hudson Square BID Seeks Input on Public Space Plan for Soho Square at Sixth and Spring (Crain's)
    • DOT to Convert 5th Street in LIC to One-Way, Add Speed Humps (DNA)
    • City Will Subsidize Rockaway Ferry Until Fall (WNYC); Katz, Residents Want It Permanently (News)
    • Flushing Commons to Break Ground on 1,600 Parking Spaces, Housing, Retail on Monday (TL)

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