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    • Today: State Control Board Votes on Cuomo's Clean Water Raid for Tappan Zee Bridge (CapNY)
    • Tri-State Summarizes Mounting Opposition to TZB Loan (MTR) -- The Latest in the Post
    • A Few Speed Cams Are Outpacing All of NYPD's Speeding Enforcement (News, Post)
    • DOT Rejects Requests to Extend Neighborhood Slow Zone to West Village (DNA)
    • Value Capture, Cross-Hudson Transit, Airport Discussed at Reinvention Commission (CapNY)
    • DNA Profiles Sokhna Niang, 49, Killed Crossing Flatbush Avenue on Monday
    • Malliotakis Wants Red Light Cam Data, But Maybe She Should See What's Already Posted (Advance)
    • NJ Bill Would Exempt Residents From Out of State "Scam" Camera Tickets (WKXWWCBS)
    • City Hall to Announce Downtown Brooklyn Improvements, Including Bklyn Bridge Greenway (WSJ)
    • Prospect Heights Bike Corrals in Limbo Until CB 8 Meets Again in September (DNA)
    • Are You a Long Island Reverse Commuter? MTA Doesn't Have a Strike Contingency for You (CapNY)

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