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8:59 AM EDT on August 16, 2016

    • Garodnick Introduces Three-Strikes-You're-Out Bill for TLC License Suspensions (News)
    • Police Make Arrest in Imam's Killing Because Suspect Left Scene of Car Crash After the Murder (NYT)
    • Rodriguez Rejects Rezoning for 50-Percent Affordable Project at Inwood Parking Garage (Politico, News)
    • Daily News Unimpressed by Vanessa Gibson's Double Standard After She Gets NYPD to Cancel Ticket
    • Port Authority Pushes Bus Terminal Replacement, But Manhattan Pols Hold All the Cards (Politico)
    • Post Visits Toronto to Ride Open-Gangway Trains, Which Will Be Coming to NYC
    • LaGuardia Rehab Work Snarling Traffic -- Including Buses Going to the Airport (WSJ)
    • "Suck It Up" Isn't a Good Response for L Train Shutdown; We Need Better Buses (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Atlantic Av Merchants Losing Business Because of Bogus Parking Placards Hogging Spaces (Eagle)
    • During the Summer Olympics, DNA Looks Back at How NYC's 2012 Bid Shaped the City

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