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8:58 AM EDT on July 3, 2014

    • News: Citi Bike Deal Calls for Higher Member Fees, Bigger System, REQX Control of Station Sitings
    • Car Thief Hits Mother and Two Kids in Flatlands, Killing 12-Year-Old (NYT, News, WABCPost)
    • Jacqueline Haeflinger, 58, Killed Trying to Save Her Dog From DSNY Truck (NYT, NewsWABC)
    • Wednesday Afternoon Storm Floods Streets, Collapses Wall Under Brooklyn Bridge (News, Post)
    • Senate Finance Chair DeFrancisco, Who Holds Key TZB Vote, Needs Convincing on Financing (CapTon)
    • Crain's Rags on City Council, and Your Grandma, for Bus Countdown Clocks
    • Manhattan Judge Sues City for Bus Lane Ticket (News); Post Slams "de Blasio's New Cams"
    • BrooklynSpoke on Self-Styled Cam Watchdog: “Put Guys Like This on Every Corner” (@gregmocker 1, 2)
    • No Freedom for Child's Play at 9/11 Memorial Park (New Yorker)
    • A Traffic Crime So Horrible the Precinct CO Was Summoned to the Scene, and the Times Is On It

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