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Press Release
October 19, 2000
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MTA announces extra service for World Series

MTA New York City Transit, Long Island Rail Road, and Metro-North
Railroad will be adding extra service for the World Series games
between the Mets and the Yankees.

Press Release
May 24, 2000
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Arts for Transit's Music Under New York 13th annual audition.

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 9 A.M. - 4 P.M.—MTA Arts
for Transit's Music Under New York program will hold its 13th
Annual Audition. More than 60 musicians and other types of performing
artists will vie to join the roster of entertainers who regularly
appear in subway and rail stations throughout the city.

Press Release
May 23, 2000
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The MTA's Interagency Coordination Committee meeting.

The MTA's Interagency Coordination Committee will
hold a meeting May 23, 9 AM, to gain Board approval for the MTA
and its affiliates/subsidiaries to add to the panel of outside
counsel and investigators.

At MTA Headquarters, 347 Madison Avenue, 5th floor
Boardroom.

Press Release
May 3, 2000
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Kenneth Bauer named Acting President of the MTA Long Island Rail Road

MTA Chairman E. Virgil Conway today named Kenneth Bauer as
acting President of the MTA Long Island Rail Road, effective
Friday, May 5. Mr. Bauer replaces Thomas Prendergast, who announced
his resignation in March to accept a position in the private
sector as Chief Executive Officer for the London Infrastructure
Consortium (LINC).

Press Release
March 29, 2000
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MTA Police arrest three for burglary

The MTA Police announced today the arrest of three
Long Island residents charged with multiple burglaries in Nassau
and Suffolk Counties.

Lesly Pratt, 20, and Steven Atiles, 19, of Massapequa,
and Daniel Breslaw, 35, of North Amityville, were stopped by the
Amityville Police Department for a traffic violation and found
in possession of burglars' tools.

Press Release
March 28, 2000
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Thomas F. Prendergast to leave as President of MTA Long Island Rail Road

MTA Chairman E. Virgil Conway announced today the resignation
of Thomas F. Prendergast as President of the MTA Long Island Rail
Road. Mr. Prendergast will be leaving May 1 for a position in
the private sector as Chief Executive Officer for the London Infrastructure
Consortium (LINC).

Press Release
January 10, 2000
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Three youths arrested for interfering with train service

The MTA Police today announced the arrest of two Long Island teenagers on Friday, January 7, 2000, for placing debris on the tracks of the MTA Long Island Rail Road's Babylon branch.

Press Release
October 18, 1999
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New Franklin Avenue Shuttle Makes Early Debut

Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman E. Virgil Conway and MTA New York City Transit President Lawrence G. Reuter were joined by elected officials and community leaders in the dedication and reopening of the completely rebuilt Franklin Avenue Shuttle in central Brooklyn three months ahead of schedule.

Press Release
October 18, 1999
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MTA Chairman Unveils "Bronxville Eagle" at Grand Central Terminal

MTA Chairman E. Virgil Conway today unveiled a 1.5-ton cast iron bald eagle that now adorns the new entrance to Grand Central Terminal. Joining him were Laurie Hawkes and Paul Grand Pre, the couple who donated the eagle to the MTA after discovering the sculpture in the yard of their Bronxville home.

The eagle, which was one of 12 that had perched atop the original Grand Central Terminal 1898, was removed in 1910. It ultimately came to rest on the grounds of collectors Ms. Hawkes' and Mr. Grand Pre's Westchester home.

Press Release
September 21, 1999
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MTA Chairman E. Virgil Conway's Statement on Metro-North Service Following Tropical Storm Floyd

"Yesterday Metro-North Railroad customers enjoyed their first day of full service following the disruptions caused by Tropical Storm Floyd last Thursday. As we predicted on Friday, we were able to fulfill our promise of returning full service on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven lines by Monday morning's rush hour. And again today, we had a good morning commute. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank our Metro-North employees who worked tirelessly over the past few days, and Governor George E. Pataki, who provided us the additional resources of the National Guard.

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