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    • Good News: Cuomo's in Charge of the Subway and Its Electrical Systems This Week (NYT, News, Post)
    • DiNapoli Weighs in on Millionaires Tax -- Still Hasn't Piped Up About Cuomo Infrastructure Waste (News)
    • City Council Approves Midtown East Rezoning and Transit/Pedestrian Enhancements (NYT)
    • De Blasio: People Arrested for Turnstile Jumping Can Afford the Fare (Gothamist)
    • Dollar Van Operators See Ford Chariot as a Direct Competitor (Kings County Politics)
    • Van Driver Killed When Her Vehicle Rolled Backwards Over Her (Post)
    • Howard Beach Residents Call for Better Fix From DOT at Dangerous Intersection (QNS)
    • Glowing Coverage of Two-Way Protected Bike Lane Coming to Bayside (QNS)
    • Stuy Town's Citi Bike Docks All Empty Out By 9 AM (DNA)
    • The Democratic Machine, Not Primary Voters, Will Pick Dan Squadron's Replacement (Gothamist)

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