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    • Warning of Tolls, Astorino Slams Cuomo's TZB Clean Water Raid (LoHud); Cuomo Leads 59-24 (WSJ)
    • Crain's Wants Cuomo to Put $3 Billion From French Bank Settlement to Tappan Zee, MTA Projects
    • Cuomo Doesn't Seem Very Interested in Even a Milquetoast Port Reform Panel (CapNY)
    • Chin Defends Countdown Clocks at Bus Stops (Observer)
    • Seeking to Avert LIRR Strike, Prendergast Goes to Congress, Not Cuomo (2nd Ave Sagas, CapNY)
    • East River Plaza (And Its Empty Garage) Could Be Getting Tower With 1,000 Apartments (DNA)
    • Medallion Owners' Group to Appeal Court Ruling in Favor of Taxi of Tomorrow (Post)
    • New DOT Rules Could Allow Components of Permanent Flood Barriers on Sidewalks (Crain's)
    • Sidewalk Hogs: Fake Charity Bins Clog City Sidewalks (NYT), Go Up in Flames (South Slope News)
    • Vision Zero Is City Policy, But Culture Change Still Lags Behind (John Massengale via Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Brownstoner Digs Up a Special Section From 1898 Brooklyn Daily Eagle Devoted to Bicycling

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