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    • LIRR Strike: Congress Is Out (NYT, WSJ); Cuomo Is In (CapNY); Like Mario Cuomo in 1994 (WPIX)
    • Queens CB 9 Transpo Committee Chair Calls Bus Lanes on Woodhaven "Obscene" (Forum)
    • Port OKs Air Rights Sale and $90 Million in Fixes at Bus Terminal (WNYC, WCBS)
    • NJ Lawmakers Want More Scrutiny of Non-Transpo Spending at the Port Authority (WSJ)
    • Moody's: TZB Clean Water Loan Is Big, But EFC Usually Gets Paid Back; No Change to Rating (CapTon)
    • Enviro Advocates Press State Oversight Panel to Reject TZB Raid at Meeting Next Week (PoJo, AP)
    • Brewer, Garodnick to Chair Panel Overseeing Larger East Midtown Rezoning (CapNY, Crain's)
    • Unlicensed Driver Arrested After "Intentional Bump" of Driver Ahead Leads to Fight (Advance)
    • Sidewalk Hogs: Woodhaven Residents Are Fed Up Along Atlantic Avenue (Forum)
    • Street Trees Are Important, and People Notice When They Go Missing (DNA)
    • Crown Heights Gas Station on the Market to Be Developed (Real Estate Weekly via Brownstoner)

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