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Mike offers unwelcome mat
MAYOR BLOOMBERG IS playing hardball in his bid to get more homeland security money.
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$400 rebate is a done deal
THE CITY COUNCIL has dropped its opposition to Mayor Bloomberg's proposed $400 property tax rebate, clearing the way for homeowners to receive a check soon, the Daily News has learned.
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Regretful Velella begins jail term
A CONTRITE Guy Velella was carted off to the slammer yesterday after the disgraced Bronx politician declared he had a "debt to society that must be paid."
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PSA test is a lifesaver
The Daily News is once again sponsoring a prostate cancer screening program. With the help of our wonderful partners in the New York medical world, we are making free blood tests available to all men. Take advantage of this potentially life-saving opportunity.
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Garden of fans
Big Town Songbook: For Chuck Barris, writing "Palisades Park" was a way station en route to his real destiny of developing "The Gong Show." For Freddy (Boom Boom) Cannon, singing the song was a path to the Top 10 in the summer of 1962. For millions of New Yorkers, the song was truth.
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It's best to keep resume somewhat impersonal
Ask Asa: Jeanne Chandler expected to pick up some extra income from a part-time job. But after faxing her resume to several potential employers, she wondered if she were giving an identity thief access to her personal information.
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Co-worker won't stop chatting
Dear Harriette: "The minute I walk into my cubicle every morning my co-worker/friend bombards me with her stories. I don't get a chance to get settled."
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Let go of your troubles
Joyce Jillson's Your Stars: You gladly let go of old baggage this year and will find new and fortunate opportunities as a reward.
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Summer camp blues
Dear Michelle: "Our 11-year-old daughter is scheduled to go away to her sleep-away camp in one week, and now she says that she does not want to go."
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Gridlock Sam
It will be literary-lock when former President Bill Clinton hits town Tuesday for book signings that will take him from Rockefeller Center to Harlem.
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