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Weekly Web Wrap
January 9th, 2009

  • Making Central Brooklyn a Net-Zero Carbon District
    (Metropolis Magazine)
  • How About A ZipCar-Like Service for Municipal Employees?
    (DMI Blog)
  • The Green Building Law Three Years Later
    (The Sallan Foundation)
  • Courthouse Cartoons
    (Changing the Court)
  • Affordable Broadband Not in Paterson’s Stimulus Request
    (PULP Blog)
  • Gawker Sells Consumerist to Consumers Union
    (CNET News via NYConvergence)
  • A Profile of Chuck Schumer
    (Atlantic Monthly)
  • Gioia Calls for Midtown Tunnel Bus
    (Cap’n Transit)
  • 2008 Transportation Year In Review
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • How Wall Street Bonuses Effect the City’s Economy
    (New Geography)
  • Get Involved – Apply for Your Community Board
    (Campaign for Community-Based Planning)
  • Restoring a Subway Zoetrope
    (Second Avenue Sagas)
  • Co-Op Boards Rethink Sublet Rules Because of Foreclosures
    (Habitat Magazine)
  • Best in Design and Construction 2008
    (Engineering News Record)
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