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    • Cuomo Economic Development Grants Snub NYC; Queensway, Ferris Wheel Among Winners (Crain's)
    • Cy Vance Hasn't Charged Drunk, Unlicensed Driver for Injuring 5 People on Midtown Sidewalk (News)
    • Driver Critically Injures 9-Year-Old, Leaves Scene in Gravesend; NYPD, Daily NewsPost Blame Child
    • Wow: This Pew Report Gets Vision Zero Completely Wrong
    • Stringer Report Finds NYC Bike Share Didn't Keep Up With Citi Bike Repairs (Post, News, Capital)
    • Add Newsday to List of Bad Actors in Long Island Speed Camera Fiasco (MTR)
    • City Council Approves Plan to Replace Pay Phones With Wi-Fi Kiosks (Eagle)
    • Assembly Hears Testimony on Infrastructure Design-Build Program, Set to Expire This Month (CapNY)
    • Are You Ready for #Sneckdown Season? (Inside Science)

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