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    • Preet Accepts Trump Invitation to Keep His Post (Bloomberg, Politico)
    • Jersey Lawmakers Say Cuomo Is the Problem With PABT Planning Process (Politico)
    • DiNapoli Says Cuomo's Thruway Authority Isn't Prepared to Deal With Long-Term Costs (LoHud)
    • Ruben Diaz Jr. and James Oddo Want Taxpayer-Backed Citi Bike in the Bronx and Staten Island (News)
    • Oddo and Steve Matteo Intro Bills to "Protect" Freshly-Paved Streets From Utility Contractors (DNA)
    • Operating the Staten Island Ferry Is About to Get More Expensive for NYC (Advance)
    • De Blasio Increasingly Relies on Helicopter to Bypass Dysfunctional City Streets (NYT 1, 2)
    • Bayside Residents Get a Big Helping of DDC Incompetence (QNS)
    • How NYC's Curb Space Management Stole Christmas in Dyker Heights (NewsPost)
    • Speaking of Grinches -- It's a Non-Divisible Load, Sure, But Did This Trucker Have a Permit? (Gothamist)

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