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8:57 AM EDT on October 4, 2017

    • De Blasio Says Vance Placard Bust Is Part of His Phony Crackdown (DNA)
    • Post: Abuse of Legit Parking Permits a Bigger Problem Than Fake Ones ...
    • ... Though Anyone Can Exploit NYC's Broken, Corrupt System (DNA)
    • How Often Does the Times Say a Criminal Defendant Was "Hauled Into Court"?
    • De Blasio Just Doesn't Think Abuse of Official Driving Privileges Is a Big Deal (Post)
    • Motorist Kills Clifton Martin, 74, on Rockaway Boulevard; NYPD: "No Criminality" (DNA)
    • Unlicensed Dump Truck Driver Severely Injures Cyclist in Williamsburg (DNA)
    • Hoylman Says State DOT Is Looking at West Side Highway Safety Fixes (AMNY)
    • Don't Expect CB 11 to Quit Griping About Northern Boulevard Bike Lanes Anytime Soon (QNS)
    • MTA Plan to Improve Subway Service by Making Riders Stand Is Underway (NY1, Gothamist)
    • Journalist Ross Barkan Announces Run Against Marty Golden, Equivocates on Toll Reform (VoiceNews)

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