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    • SUV Driver Kills Jadann Williams, 8, on Cul-de-Sac in Flatbush (NYT, News, WCBS)
    • Constantinides, Betty Jean DiBiaso's Family Urge Traffic Calming Around Astoria Park (Q Gazette)
    • Municipal Art Society Joins Effort to Get de Blasio to Support Times Square Plazas (Politico)
    • Disability Advocates: Wait Time for Accessible Vehicles Is Growing With Rise of Uber (West Side Spirit)
    • Meet the New App on the Block: It's Like Uber, But for Taxis (Crain's)
    • DOT, MTA Tour Woodhaven Blvd With Elected Officials Whose Constituents Fear SBS (TL)
    • Alleged Drunk Driver Arrested After Running Red, Crashing Into Police Car in Queens (WNBC)
    • Maria Torres-Springer, de Blasio's New EDC Chief, Picks New Real Estate Deputy (Crain's)
    • Anthony Weiner Makes the Case for the State to Give More Power to the City (NYT)
    • Allan Rosen Isn't Sure Pedestrian Fatalities Are All That Important (Sheepshead Bites)

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