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8:46 AM EST on February 1, 2017

    • Second Avenue Subway Is Lightening the Load on the Lexington Avenue Line (NYT)
    • Here's NY1 on the Injustice of Replacing Parking With Housing; Bike Snob Dismantles Bikelash Piece
    • De Blasio Stands With NYPD in Hiding Cops' Disciplinary Records (NYT)
    • Pat Lynch-Approved NYPD Contract Will Put Cameras on Some Officers (NYT, DNA)
    • De Blasio Budget Includes Funds to Armor Up Police Cruisers (AMNY)
    • Ydanis to Introduce Hit-and-Run Alert Bill Today (AMNY)
    • De Blasio: Drunk Driving That Doesn't Result in a Crash Not a Big Deal (CNN, News)
    • Evidently These Toll Cheats Didn't Have a Placard (NY1)
    • People in Riverdale Are Organizing for Better Bus Service (Press)
    • City Looking to Redevelop Inwood Library and Parking Lot With Affordable Housing (DNA)

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