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8:43 AM EDT on March 23, 2016

    • City Council Passes de Blasio Rezoning Plan (NYT, Politico)
    • Port Authority May Not Go Along With Cuomo LGA Rebuild (Politico)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian in East Harlem (News, NY1, WABC)
    • Gale Brewer Joins Opponents of East Side Waste Transfer Station at Jodi McGrath Vigil (News, DNA)
    • DOT Announces Pending Overnight Closure of QBoro Bridge Path, With Shuttles Every 15 Minutes
    • Parks Department Agrees Cherry Walk Greenway Segment Needs Lighting, Says It Can't Afford It (DNA)
    • David Dunlap Is Impressed by Posh New Columbus Circle Subway Station Amenities (NYT)
    • What If These Parents and School Officials Helped Lobby Albany for More Speed Cameras? (DNA)
    • Here's a Case of Queens Traffic Violence That Didn't End With a Richard Brown Punt (NYT)
    • Story of Felix Coss Family's NYPD Suit Picked Up by Slate, Daily Beast, Gothamist, DNA
    • Damn Plazas (News, News, Advance)

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