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    • Carl Weisbrod Stepping Down as Planning Chief, Former ESD Exec Marisa Lago Stepping In (NYT)
    • The Time for Cuomo to Gloat Over 2nd Ave Subway Is Over -- Back to Grandiose Airport Plans (PoliticoDNA)
    • Christie and Cuomo Put on a Clinic in Cynically Carving Up Port Authority Resources (Record)
    • LIRR Train Fails to Stop at Atlantic Terminal, Causing Mostly Minor Injuries (NYTNewsNY1AMNY)
    • Track Defect Disrupts Queens-Bound PM Rush on Four Subway Lines (DNA)
    • With Jim Brennan Gone, Jeff Dinowitz Takes Over Committee With MTA Oversight (State of Politics)
    • Bronxites Tell News 12 They Want More Protected Bike Lanes
    • Will NYC's Solar-Powered Bus Stop Lights Have Legs? (DNA)
    • If You Don't Have a Parking Permit in Hoboken, Now You Have to Pay to Park on Any Street (NJ.com)
    • We Have the Technology to Automate Parking Enforcement (News)

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