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8:52 AM EST on February 17, 2016

    • Still More Streetcar Questions Than Answers (Politico, Post, Bklyn Paper)
    • More on de Blasio's BQX Pep Rally: GothamistAMNY, NY1, DNA
    • Driver Critically Injures Staten Island Cyclist (Advance 1, 2)
    • Crain's Speculates on How Mayor and City Council May Come to Terms on Rezonings
    • Staten Island Officials Pin Economic Hopes on Cuomo-Subsidized Mall (Politico)
    • Citi Bike Riders Took 6,000+ Trips as Temps Dropped to Single Digits (WNYC)
    • Bratton: NYPD Recruits Can Park Wherever They Want Near Queens Police Academy (Times Ledger)
    • DOT to Study Street Hazards in Greenpoint and Williamsburg (Bklyn Paper)
    • Someone Needs to School UWS Crank Joseph Bolanos on What "Conflict of Interest" Means (WSS)
    • NYPD Brainstorms a Kinder, Gentler Times Square Station (Post)
    • It's Difficult to Hold Negligent Motorists Accountable When Judges Drive Drunk Too (News)

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