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    • Council Members: City Can't Trust Cuomo to Make Good on Budget Promises (Politico)
    • Mayor's Office and Council Reps Are Hammering Out a Rezoning Deal (Politico)
    • DOT Studying Options for L Train Alternatives (Post); Developers Too (Bklyn Paper)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Cites Potential Obstacles to Opening Closed Subway Entrances
    • LIRR Riders Protest Deteriorating Service With "Fare Strike" (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Releases Video of Suspect Vehicle in Crash That Killed Jose Contreras (Post)
    • Manslaughter Plea for Unlicensed Driver Who Killed Passenger in Staten Island Crash (Advance)
    • DAs Can Use NYPD Body Cam Footage to Make Cases for Vehicular Offenses (WSJ)
    • DOT and DEP Indifferent to Busted Riverdale Sidewalk and the Seniors Who Use It (R'dale Press)
    • Motorist Entitlement Knows No Borders (WSJ)

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