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    • Unlike Safer Street Designs, Affordable Housing Plan May Overcome CB Objections (Gazette, Politico)
    • Port Authority Votes Today on Whether to Subsidize Construction of 2 World Trade Center (Politico)
    • Daily News: Red Light-Running Wrong-Way Truck Driver Caught by Mayor's Police Detail Was "Unlucky"
    • Bike Tickets Up, Failure to Yield Tickets Down in 24th Precinct (DNA)
    • Family, School Mourn Ovidio Jaramillo, Victim of Hit-and-Run Driver and Northern Boulevard (DNA, Post)
    • Brown Plea Deal: Driver Whose 100 MPH Crash Killed Two Pedestrians Could Be Free in Three Years
    • Gianaris: 14-Hour Metered Spots Have Turned Space Under 7 Tracks Into a Park-and-Ride (DNA)
    • While We're Talking About "Hoverboards," Why Not Address Nonsensical E-Bike Ban? (News)
    • The MTA Isn't Interested in Donating Unused MetroCard Balances to Poor People (Voice)
    • As Traffic Deaths Spike, Staten Island Beep James Oddo Governs Through the Windshield (Advance)

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