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    • De Blasio Met the MTA's Funding Ask -- Why Wasn't That Enough for Cuomo? (Capital)
    • Overwhelming Support From City Residents to Decriminalize Sidewalk Riding (WSJ)
    • NY Press Takes Closer Look at Vance's Supposed Tougher Stance on Street Safety
    • NYC's Ultimate Luxury: A Parking Spot Where You Never Have to Set Foot on the Sidewalk (DNA)
    • Mega-Tower Next to GCT Gets Garodnick's OK After Promising More Transit Investment (Crain's)
    • Donovan Wins S.I. Special Election (Capital); Richardson Wins Bklyn Assembly Seat (NYT)
    • Chinatown Checkpoint: Animal Looks at NYPD's Closure of Park Row
    • Liberty Street Sidewalk Should Ease WTC Pedestrian Crush (Downtown Express)
    • Bronx Chronicle Reviews Community Workshop for a Safer Mosholu Parkway
    • Residents Concerned About Police Inaction on Downtown Hit-and-Run (Tribeca Trib)
    • No, the Feds Are Probably Not Going to Take Out Times Square Billboards (Post, Capital)

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