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8:54 AM EDT on September 10, 2015

    • Manhattan Electeds Have Some Ideas to Improve Times Square and Keep the Plazas (News)
    • State Judge Vehemently Declines to Protect Medallion Industry From Uber Et Al (Crain's, Post, AMNY)
    • Staten Island Ferris Wheel Developers Nix Wind Turbines, Keep the 950 Parking Spaces (Advance)
    • How Clean Is the Air You Breathe While Biking in NYC? (WNYC)
    • Brooklyn Paper Reviews the New Bike Racks on the S53
    • Thinking Big About Biking on Staten Island (Advance)
    • A Large Share of NYC's Most Decrepit Subway Stations Are in Queens (TL)
    • Rush Hour Subway Service Returns to Normal on Queens Blvd Lines as Repairs Wrap Up (AMNY)
    • Mixed-Use, Parking-Free Apartment Building to Replace 4th Avenue Auto Body Shop By R Train (YIMBY)
    • Westchester Judge Busted for Driving Drunk in NYC Still Thinks He Should Dispense Justice (Post)

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