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8:54 AM EDT on July 22, 2014

    • EPA: Cuomo Administration Jumped the Gun With Tappan Zee Bridge Loan (LoHud)
    • Keith Wright Presses Court to Reinstate License of His Top Staffer After DWI Arrest (Post)
    • Cement Truck Driver Runs Over Cyclist, Crushes Her Legs in East Williamsburg (Gothamist)
    • Driver Seriously Injures Woman in Williamsburg; Witness Says Driver Was Turned Around (WABC)
    • Hit-and-Run Motorcyclist Critically Injures Teen Crossing Grand Concourse (Post)
    • Crowley Bill Would Allow Workers to Spend Pre-Tax Dollars on Bike-Share (Observer, Post, WCBS)
    • TLC's Joshi: Bending NYC's Regs to Lyft's Desires "Not Up for Negotiation" (CapNY)
    • New Plaza Is Central to Douglaston's Plan to Revive Area Near LIRR Station (WSJ)
    • Eric Adams Talks Rezoning Brooklyn for More Housing With YIMBY
    • Crain's Continues Its Campaign Against Installing Countdown Clocks at Bus Stops

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