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    • So, There's a Vacancy in the NY State Assembly 65th District (NYT, PoliticoNews, PostCrain's)
    • The Silver Verdict as a Judgment of Albany's Everyday Criminality (NewsNYT)
    • Will the Conviction Change How Albany Operates? (WSJ, Politico)
    • Q44 Select Bus Service Launched on Sunday (DNA)
    • De Blasio: Community Board Votes Against Housing Plan Are "Not the Final Word" (News)
    • Most Queens Council Members Undecided on Housing and Zoning Proposals (QChron)
    • De Blasio Made It a Personal Mission to Resurface the FDR Drive (NYT)
    • Nassau County Is About to Cut Bus Service and Raise Fares, Again (MTR)
    • A Bike-Yield Law for NYC -- The Debate Continues (DNA, Bklyn Paper), Now With Polling! (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bus Company Whose Driver Committed Fatal Hit-and-Run Operating Illegally in Manhattan (Post)
    • Which Company Will Profit From EDC's Ferry Subsidies? (Crain's)

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