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8:56 AM EDT on June 30, 2014

    • Unlicensed Hit-and-Run Driver Arrested After Killing Gerritsen Beach Pedestrian (News, NYT, News 12)
    • Albany Columnist Slams Cuomo for Using Clean Water Fund as Highway Piggy Bank (TU)
    • Bronx CB 10 Chair Wants DCP to Study More Highway Ramps for Driving to New Malls (Bx Times)
    • Livery Driver Barely Misses Peds on Richmond Hill Sidewalk, Crashes Into Grocery (WABC, Post, WPIX)
    • 11 CMs Provide $2.8 Million to Fund More Than 100 Bus Time Countdown Clocks (NY1, Metro, WCBS)
    • Another One Bites the Dust: Appeals Court Rules Against Co-Op in Bike-Share Station Suit (CapNY)
    • Abandoned Harlem Gas Station Seeks Housing Developer (Curbed)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Bill to Allow ASP Drivers to Park After Sweeper Passes Gets Hearing Today (NYT)
    • Uptown Assembly Member Gabriela Rosa Resigns Over Sham Marriage, Other Charges (Politico, News)
    • Cuomo Operations Director Howard Glaser Has Left the Administration (CapNY, TU)
    • New MTA Bus Service Expansions (WNYC); SI Residents Want More Express Buses (Advance)
    • Free Red Hook Weekend Ferry Returns This Summer, Without Public Subsidy (Bklyn Paper, DNA)

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