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    • Kyle Kimball to Step Down From NYCEDC in June (WSJ, NYT)
    • CBC Backs VMT Tax, Move NY (NY1), Says MTA Capital Gap May Be Wider Than Expected (Capital)
    • Turning Driver Injures Boy, 13, Walking Bike in UWS Crosswalk (DNA, News); Alternate Reality From Post
    • Turning MTA Bus Driver Seriously Injures Pedestrian in Crosswalk at Third and 57th (DNA, WCBS)
    • Three Injured in Marine Park Collision Between School Bus and Minivan (WCBS, WNBC, PIX)
    • Off-Duty NJ Cop Who Killed Two in Wrong-Way S.I. Crash Has Long Driving Rap Sheet (News, Advance)
    • Weisbrod Goes to Bat for Zoning Reform Proposals (News); Some Advocates Want More Time (DNA)
    • Using Value Capture to Finance Sunnyside Yards Affordable Housing and Infrastructure a Big Risk (C&S)
    • Court Cuts Taxi "Kingpin" Evgeny Freidman a Break as Bank Tries to Seize Medallions (News, Post)
    • Cuozzo Tries to Lay MTA Capital Plan at de Blasio's Feet, Muddles Link to 7 Train Extension (Post)

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