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    • Cuomo, State Senate Want to Raid Funds From Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (Capital)
    • Senate, Assembly Budget Resolutions Include Funding to Keep VNB Toll Cut Alive (Advance)
    • U.S. DOT's Rogoff: NY, NJ Need Funding and a Plan If They Want Cross-Hudson Tunnel (WSJ)
    • 112th Precinct Plans Double-Parking Crackdown Around Rego Park Mall (DNA)
    • Meanwhile: NYPD Intelligence Unit Takes Over Battery Pk City Curbsides, Crosswalks (D'Town Express)
    • In Flatiron Road Rage Incident, Cyclist Used U-Lock as Weapon (DNA, Gothamist)
    • Bayside Village BID to Study Parking Issues, Interested in Building New Garage (TL)
    • Astoria C-Town (and Its Parking Lot) Could Be Redeveloped as Apartments (Astoria Post)
    • Appeals Court Rules the Petrosino Square Bike-Share Station Can Stay (Walk In the Park)
    • Prospect Park West Bike Lane Lawsuit (Yes, It's Still Alive) Marks Fourth Anniversary (Bklyn Spoke)

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