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8:43 AM EDT on March 23, 2018

    • NYPD Should Have Flagged Dorothy Bruns as Unfit to Drive After Hit-and-Run 6 Months Ago (News)
    • No Charges After Driver Backs Into and Kills Lucille Raphael, 75, in Flatlands (BK Paper, Bklyner)
    • Cuomo Blows Off Chance to Speak Up for Safer NYC Streets (AMNY)
    • Census Data Show Population Gains in All Boroughs Since 2010 (NYT)
    • City Council Approves Funds for Investigation Unit and Other New Staff (NYT)
    • House Passes Budget With $540M for Gateway (NY1)
    • Project to Shore Up the A Line Will Disrupt Rockaways Service for Months (NY1)
    • CB 8, Riverdale Press Exasperated by DOT's Insistence on a Safer Broadway
    • DOT Finally Returns Crosswalks to West End Avenue, But Not 96th Street (Rag)
    • Looks Like a Certain Ex-Pol Has a Case of Parking Entitlement Syndrome (AdvanceNews)

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