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A Citi Bike station with slots for more than 30 bikes was installed on Dean Street and Fourth Avenue.
The bicycle parking stations would close off a portion of Park Avenue near Grand Central Terminal.
Father Joe Lorenzo opposes a bike share station inside a memorial to a priest and three firefighters.
The city's bike share program has been delayed by at least a month.
More than 400 locations have been chosen across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Of the 53 proposed sites, 22 bike-share stations would require the loss of public or commercial parking.
Citibank will sponsor the city's new bike-sharing program, complete with Citi-branded bicycles.
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