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Arrest in mysterious Westchester socialite murder, the case for city-funded local news, more

By Nathan Tempey | November 14, 2017 - 11:00AM 

A slight error cost the city $26 million in parking ticket revenue (New York Post)

Sellers of luxury apartments in Brooklyn should prepare to wait awhile (The Real Deal)

A suspect has been arrested in the mysterious 2015 murder of an elderly Westchester socialite at her horse farm (New York Times)

Mayor de Blasio's relationship with developers is somewhat complicated four years in, but generally they like that he supports building more, according to industry insiders (Commercial Observer)

A Queens councilman wants to see taxpayer-funded local journalism (Daily News)

Is this Upper East Side lot a park or a playground? A big development backed by de Blasio depends on the answer (City Limits)

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