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    • Cuomo Hot to Grant Uber a Statewide License; David Gantt: Not So Fast (Politico 1, 2)
    • Cuomo Hired a TV Anchor to Be the "Public Face" of His Tappan Zee Bridge (LoHud)
    • Andrew Cuomo Is the Public Face of This: Gothamist, WABCPost, News
    • App-Based Service Aiming to Enter Yellow Cab Market Gets TLC Approval (Politico)
    • Drivers Critically Injure 2 in Borough Park and Lower Manhattan; NYPD: No Criminality (Post)
    • How About More DOT Street Redesigns and Fewer Child Memorial Signs (DNA)
    • MTA Expects Sandy-Damaged South Ferry Station to Reopen in 2017 (Advance)
    • Restoration of Flushing Meadows Corona Park World's Fair Pavilion Is Underway (Times Ledger)
    • Frederick Douglass Circle Has Become an Impromptu Skateboard Park (DNA)
    • Psycho Assaults Cross-Country Citi Bike Rider and the Post Thinks He Had It Coming

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