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    • New Meter Deal Could Mean an Additional $517 Million for CPM (Tribune)
    • Locations Announced for 23 Divvy Stations in 43rd Ward (DNA)
    • CTA Eliminates Some Ventra Prepaid Debit Card Fees (Sun-Times)
    • Waguespack Pushing for "Tickets, Tickets, Tickets" for Bike Infractions (DNA)
    • LEED-Certified Rental Building Will Bring 227 Cars to West Loop (DNA)
    • State Senate Passes Ban on Handheld Cell Use While Driving (Sun-Times)
    • Expect Crowds on the Orange, Blue Lines for Memorial Day (RedEye)
    • Administration Sues Parking Garage Company Over $58 Million Bill (Sun-Times)
    • Drunk Driver Injures 2 Women in River North (Tribune)
    • NBC Will Be Livestreaming Bike the Drive This Sunday (NBC)

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