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    • Cabbie Runs Over Woman With the Light at Columbus Circle; NYPD: No Criminality (Post)
    • Vision Zero Goes Unmentioned by Bratton and de Blasio at NYPD Officers' Graduation (WNYC, WSJ)
    • More Coverage of City Council's Alternate Side Parking Bill (News, WCBS, News 12)
    • Times Union: Cuomo's Clean Water Loan Raises More Questions Than It Answers on TZB Financing
    • Reynoso and Espinal Kick Off Meetings This Month in Advance of Bushwick Rezoning (DNA)
    • New MAS Tool Allows New Yorkers to Map Air Rights Development (Crain's, CityLab)
    • De Blasio Names Appointees to City Planning, Landmarks Commissions (Crain's)
    • REBNY Study: 3 Percent of City Is Landmarked, Making It Hard to Develop Housing (News)
    • Port's Director of WTC Redevelopment Leaves for Private Sector (Crain's)
    • Flushing Commons Breaks Ground; Merchants: Too Little Parking, Too Much Traffic (News)
    • Gotham Gazette Looks at the History of Honorific Street Renaming in NYC (1, 2)

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