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Bodegas across the city are experiencing a large shortage of Frito-Lay products (New York Post) — Recent pay cuts at Frito-Lay have caused local truck drivers to quit, leaving your local bodegas low on Cheetos, Doritos and other snack items.

Despite efforts to improve service, MTA’s on-time performance hits an all-time low (New York Times) — But at least we have those countdown clocks, right?

The city’s transportation infrastructure is in shambles, but would congestion pricing really help? (Curbed) — Curbed explains.

Kushner Cos. accused of filing false paperwork on having rent-regulated tenants (AP) — This discovery by the watchdog group Housing Rights Initiative says the move makes it easier to force low-paying, rent-regulated tenants out to make way for higher-paying tenants.

Inwood residents fear proposed rezoning will price them out (amNewYork) — Inwood has among the highest density of rent-regulated units in the city, which the new proposal fails to take into account, advocates say.

Coney Island Boardwalk closer to becoming a historic landmark (Bklyner) — It’s not official yet, but the Landmarks Preservation Committee voted in favor of making the iconic destination an official NYC landmark.

The city is calling for ideas on how to redevelop the 1901  Baruch Bathhouse (The Lo-Down) — The city’s first bathhouse, located on the corner of Delancey and Rivington, has been closed for 43 years.

Bye-bye New York Liberty (The Village Voice) — NYC’s only professional women’s team, is being booted from MSG and being sent to… White Plains.