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8:59 AM EST on December 2, 2014

    • DiNapoli: $5B Windfall Is One-Time Hit (WXXI); E.J. McMahon: Spend It on Infrastructure Repair (Post)
    • Albany Might Return for a Special Session, and Infrastructure May or May Not Be on Agenda (TU)
    • MTA Kicks Off Fare Hikes Hearings (NY1, WNYC); the News Is Not Enthusiastic About It
    • Hit-and-Run Truck Driver Injures Woman and Child Crossing 65th Street at Broadway (NY1)
    • "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro Pleads Guilty to 10th Avenue Drunk Driving Charge (Gothamist)
    • New Commanding Officer at LIC's 108th Precinct Aims to Crack Down on Drunk Driving (TL)
    • 66th Precinct Cracks Down on Illegal Truck Parking to Praise From Greenfield, CB 12 (YWN, JP Updates)
    • Let's Hope the NYPD Will Be Able to Solve This Hit-and-Run Mystery (Post)
    • More Coverage of "Cars Only" and Other Changes to Central Park Loop (NYT, WCBS)
    • London Mayor Boris Johnson Wants to Consider Car-Free Sundays (BBC)
    • It's Hard to Measure, But NYC Has More Street Trees Than It Used To (NYT)

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