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    • De Blasio on Plazas: What a Boob (NYT, WSJ, Post, News, ObserverWNYCCrain's, Politico, DNA, PIX)
    • Justin Davidson Takes de Blasio to Task (NY Mag)
    • Well, at Least the Mayor Has AAA on His Side (News)
    • NYPD: 61-Year-Old Far Rockaway Cyclist Killed After He "Slammed Into the Side" of Truck (News)
    • Woman Dies After SUV Door Opens and She Flies Out During Turn in Bay Ridge (WCBS, WNBC, News)
    • Alon Levy: We Need to Take a Careful Look at Gateway's Obscene Cost Estimates (Ped Observations)
    • Time to Stop Delaying and Come Up With Funding Solution for MTA Capital Plan (Crain's)
    • Sunset Park Sinkhole to Close Fifth Avenue Through Middle of November (DNA)
    • City Hall Reacts Coolly to LIC Development Featuring Roosevelt Island Bike-Ped Bridge (Politico)
    • Riders Alliance Gathers Signatures for Q44 SBS Between Flushing and Jamaica (TL)
    • NYPD's Pointless Bike Ticket Stings Make It Hard to Trust the Police (Innovative Educator)

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