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Joseph Lhota, the M.T.A. chairman, will step down on Friday and is expected run for mayor as a Republican. A law prevents him from entering the race while holding the chairmanship. He's received widespread praise for his response to Superstorm Sandy. But the agency will adopt its new budget on Wednesday, and is expected to vote on approving a slate of fare and toll increases. It is likely he'd face primary challengers as well.
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No Clear Link Between Cancer and 9/11 Debris, Study Finds (NY Times)
9/11 Cancer Study Won't Settle Debate Over Risks (Associated Press)
Flood Insurance Program Provides Money to Elevate Homes Above Flood Level (Daily News)
In Staten Island, Sandy Victims Struggle With Housing Options (WNYC)
Life in the Projects: A Shift to Violence (WNYC)
Cost-Cut Ideas Forwarded to Governor (Albany Times Union)
Task Force Report Tells of Danger, Cuomo Lauds His Administration (Associated Press)
Council Passes Bill to Increase City Contracts for Minority Businesses (Gotham Gazette)
City Council to Fight Extreme Weather With Legislation (Gotham Gazette)
Frank J. Macchiarola, NYC Schools Chancellor From 1978-1983, Dies at 71 (NY Times)
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