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    • Teachout Snags More Than a Third of the Vote, Bruising Cuomo (NYT)
    • Corrupt Incumbent Watch: Smith Falls, Sampson Survives (NYT)
    • Espaillat Tops Jackson, Barely (Spectator); Felix Ortiz, Jo Anne Simon Win (Brooklyn Paper 1, 2)
    • DOT Snags $25 Million TIGER Grant for Bike and Ped Projects (WNYC, Gothamist)
    • De Blasio Isn't So Sure About Bratton's Request for 1,000 More Officers (Post)
    • David H. Koch Plaza Opens in Front of the Met on Fifth Avenue (Crain's)
    • Before and After Photos Show SL Green's $210 Million Grand Central Upgrades (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • PATH Fare to Increase 25 Cents to $2.75 on October 1, Up From $1.75 in 2011 (Jersey Journal)
    • Former PlaNYC Chief Tapped to Lead Prospect Park Alliance (NYT)
    • Justin Davidson: De Blasio Should Look to Neighborhoods Like Jamaica in Housing Plan (NY Mag)
    • Guess What? Owning a Private Off-Street Parking Spot at Your Soho Apartment Is a Luxury (NYT)

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