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8:59 AM EST on November 18, 2015

    • De Blasio: NYC Needs Housing, Despite Parking-Obsessed Community Boards (Times Ledger)
    • De Blasio and Other Mayors Ask Congress to Increase Infrastructure Funding (News)
    • NJ Transit Chief Veronique Hakim Will Be New NYC Transit Director (News)
    • Cuomo Wants to Suspend Registrations of Toll Evaders; Deadly Drivers, Carry On (News)
    • Cy Vance Wins Homicide Conviction of Driver Who Killed Jean Chambers (DNA)
    • Advance Editorialist Tom Wrobleski: People Are Gonna Die in Traffic, and That's OK
    • Richard Brown: Probation and 6-Month License Suspension for Killer Car Thief (DNA)
    • Parks Department Contractors Taking Down a Tree Critically Injure Red Hook Cyclist (Gothamist)
    • Drunk Passenger Steals Cab in Manhattan (Post); In Queens, Street Safety = Random Heroics (News)
    • DOT Completes Redesign of Dangerous Seventh Avenue South Intersection (DNA)
    • Heastie: Albany Will Continue Business as Usual Regardless of Silver Verdict (Politico)

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