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8:52 AM EDT on July 7, 2014

    • WNYC: Citi Bike Deal "Weeks or Months Away"
    • The Post Pledges to Protect Taxpayers From Citi Bike
    • Unlicensed Drunk Driver Kills Pedestrian in Jackson Heights (Times LedgerNewsGothamist)
    • Driver Charged With Manslaughter for Hit-and-Run Killing of Joey Sellers (Gothamist, News, Post)
    • Crain's Details the Fight Among Companies Vying to Be NYC's Next-Gen Pay Phone Provider
    • BID That Serves Yankee Stadium Has Little Money for Public Space Improvements (News)
    • 115th Precinct Assigns Officers to Patrol Diversity Plaza (Times Ledger)
    • M60 Select Bus From Harlem to LaGuardia Clocked at 29 Minutes (Post)
    • NYPD Chases Cab Thief at "High Speeds" From Midtown to the Bronx (Post)
    • Heard About That Google Car? Let Delia Ephron Break It Down for You (NYT)

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