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8:53 AM EST on February 4, 2016

    • Driver Kills Woman in Bensonhurst; NYPD, Daily News Blame Victim
    • Planning Commission Approves de Blasio Rezonings; City Council Next (DNA)
    • The Mayor's New Transit Priority Is a $2.5B Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar (2ASNYT, Politico, News)
    • More SOTC Previews: Some Bus Upgrades (AMNY), Governors Island Development (Politico)
    • City to Devote More Resources to Clean-Up of Litter Bins, Sidewalks, Graffiti, Highway Ramps (WNBC)
    • What Happens When You Leave Snow and Ice Removal to Individuals (Post)
    • Developer Proposes Strip Mall for Site of Shuttered Inwood Supermarket (Observer)
    • Ellen Brody's Family Says Rail Crossing Caused Her to Drive in Front of Metro-North Train (Post)
    • Cop Arrested for Injuring Child and Leaving the Scene While Off-Duty in Queens (NewsPost)
    • Bratton Links Subway Crime With "Overburdened" Trains (DNA)

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