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    • Unreal: 84th Precinct Tickets Cyclists at Jay and Tillary (@D00RZ0NE); DNA Pities Truck Driver
    • Voice Alarmed by Most Recent Wave of Pedestrian Deaths and City's Indifferent Response
    • NYCLU: Crime Continues to Fall Along With Stop-and-Frisk (News)
    • The Times Examines de Blasio's Municipal Hiring Spree
    • City Council Could Vote to Increase Food Cart and Truck Permits (AMNY)
    • People in Sunnyside Are Fighting a New School on the Site of an Old Parking Garage (DNA, QNS)
    • Forest Hills Chamber of Commerce Opposes Rules That Would Limit Street Fairs (DNA)
    • Have You Said Your Goodbyes to the Penn Station Departures Board? (DNA)
    • The Nets Are Walking, Biking, and Taking the Train in Brooklyn (NYT)

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