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8:43 AM EST on November 4, 2015

    • Election: Ds and Rs Retain State Seats (NYT); McMahon, Clark, and Brown for DA (NYT)
    • City Council: Grodenchik Replaces Weprin (Observer), Borelli Succeeds Ignizio (Advance)
    • Bus Driver Charged With Leaving Scene of Crash That Killed Carol Bell (NYTGothamist, News)
    • Driver Hits Two People in Queens Village; Victims in Critical Condition (DNA)
    • De Blasio, Mark-Viverito Want MTA to Reconsider Second Avenue Subway Budget Cut (NYT, Politico)
    • Kabak to Electeds Complaining About SAS Construction Timetable: Where You Been?
    • Daneek Miller Has a Plan to Improve and Speed Commutes; Toll Reform Not Included (Crain's)
    • Port Authority Weighs Congestion Charge for Cabs at Airports (Post)
    • NYPD Doesn't Know Anything About Police Cars Parked in Bike Lanes (Patch)
    • Murray Hill Firehouse Says Illegally-Parked Trucks Are Affecting Response Times (DNA)
    • "Disgraceful": Led by Tony Avella, Pitchfork-Waving NIMBYs Choose Parking Over School Kids (NYT)

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