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    • Turning Driver Kills Jean Chambers, 61, on UWS; Charges Not Expected (News, DNA, Fox 5)
    • Charity Hicks Dies After Hit-and-Run, Curb-Jumping Midtown Driver Struck Her in May (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Chases Suspect at High Speeds Through Canarsie (News)
    • Madness: SI Mall Wants to Build on Parking Lots, But City Requirements Put Parking First (YIMBY)
    • Developer of Parking-Saturated East River Plaza Plans Residential Towers; Residents Upset (News)
    • PoJo Editorial Calls on State Control Board to Hit the Brakes on Cuomo's TZB Clean Water Raid
    • IBO: MTA Takeover of Queens Bus Routes Promised Savings But Actually Costs City (News)
    • Driver Hits Bicyclist on Ocean Parkway at Cortelyou Road (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Rockaway Transit Activists Call for More Bus Service From MTA (Forum)
    • Kosciuszko Bridge Renderings Show -- Surprise! -- Cable-Stayed Bridge, Like Goethals and TZB (DNA)

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