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8:59 AM EDT on March 31, 2017

    • Turning Motorist Kills Jacob Bavdaz, 84, in Riverdale (Press)
    • Staten Island Driver Fleeing Police Critically Injures Child, Flees Scene (Advance, DNANews)
    • De Blasio Must Remove Community Boards From Transportation Planning (Voice)
    • New Yorkers Reject Felder Ploy to Make Ocean Parkway More Deadly (Bklyn Paper, @ohlukeson)
    • Albany Lawmakers Already Dividing the Spoils From Uber Expansion (Politico)
    • Court Ruling Keeps NYPD Disciplinary Records Under Wraps (NYT)
    • That Manhattan-Bronx Greenway Extension Cuomo Promised? He Lied (Press)
    • Jury at Standstill in Murder Trial of Truck Thief Who Killed MTA Bus Driver (Post)
    • Bloomberg: Trump Can't Undo Climate Progress by Himself ... (NYT)
    • ... But He Can Kill Your Neighborhood Garden (WNYC)
    • Walking in NYC: Reality (Gothamist) vs. Sensationalist Media Tripe (MTR)

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