Weekly Web Wrap
September 28th, 2008

  • A new workplace needed to attract young workers to state government.
    (GovTech.com)
  • Four candidates chosen for Manhattan Supreme Court seats.
    (Judicial Reports)
  • Spanish programing not included in Verizon’s New York FiOS rollout.
    (Multichannel News via NYConvergence)
  • Bloomberg criticizes Bush’s economic stimulus plan.
    (FORA.tv)
  • What caused the upsurge in police presence in South Williamsburg?
    (Block Magazine)
  • How to plan for New York’s aging population.
    (Architect’s Newspaper)
  • Senate minority leader doesn’t support commuter tax.
    (Capitol Confidential)
  • Entire block of Select Bus Service lane blocked by parked police.
    (Streetsblog)
  • New blog tracks Willets Point development.
    (Iron Triangle Tracker via The Real Estate)
  • Why do cities give away stadium naming rights?
    (Atlantic Yards Report)
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