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    • Man Charged With Manslaughter for Death of Matthew von Ohlen (Gothamist, VoiceNYT, DNAPost)
    • Related: Suspect Juan Maldonado Was Fired From Truck Driving Job for Coming to Work Drunk (DNA)
    • Nadler and Other Electeds Want PA Chair John Degnan Out of PABT Planning Process (Politico)
    • Scenes From the TWU Local 100-MTA Contract Kabuki Dance (AMNY, News, Politico)
    • Times Editors Scold de Blasio for Hiding NYPD Personnel Records
    • Motorist Kills Man on Major Deegan in Highbridge (Post)
    • Turning MTA Bus Driver Runs Over Mom Pushing Stroller on 111th Street (NewsPost)
    • BQX Workshops in Downtown Brooklyn and Red Hook Today and Tomorrow (Bklyn PaperDNA)
    • BMW Brings Its Car-Sharing Service to Several Brooklyn Neighborhoods (Crain's)
    • Cuomo-Appointed Panel Denies Raise for State Lawmakers, Who Aren't Pleased (PoliticoPost, News)
    • Good Luck Funding Resiliency Projects With a Climate Change-Denier in the White House (Politico)
    • Thanks Trump (Patch, DNAAMNY, NY1, DNA)

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