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8:57 AM EDT on June 15, 2018

    • Karen Koslowitz Is Going to Lead a Rally Against Bike Lanes. Thanks, Jay Parker! (QChron)
    • State's Top Court Again Rules That Cities Can Be Liable for Dangerous Street Design (Times-Union)
    • Van Bramer Quiet on Sunnyside Bike Infrastructure He Demanded a Year Ago (QChron, TL)
    • Medallions Fetch Fraction of Former Price at Auction, and Gene Freidman Thinks That's Too High (News)
    • Justin Brannan and Carlo Scissura Want to Bury the Gowanus, But Do They Want to Toll It? (CL)
    • Peter Koo Looking to Boot Venders Off Flushing Sidewalks (TL)
    • The Subways Save the Planet. But Wouldn't They Save the Planet *More* If They Were Reliable? (Crain's)
    • Staten Island Tweens Steal Dad's Acura, Avoid Killing Anyone Thanks to Sheer Luck (Advance)
    • Seven Injured in School Bus Crash at Staten Island Mall (Advance)
    • Remembering Mohammed Akkas Ali, Killed By Reckless Driver 5 Years Ago (Villager)

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