Weekly Web Wrap
March 6th, 2009

  • New Pension Plan Wouldn’t Save What Bloomberg Says
    (I.B.O. Weblog)
  • Architects, Planners, Authors, Intellectuals Weigh in on Broadway Plan
    (Room for Debate via Planetizen)
  • Closing Roads Can Reduce Congestion
  • Is Thompson’s Tax Amnesty Plan a Good Idea?
  • Why Did the Times and News Run Carrion Stories Now?
    (Bronx News Network)
  • The Regional Bus Authority: Probably Not Good for City
    (Room Eight)
  • Pro-Atlantic Yards Candidate Opposes Councilmember James
    (Atlantic Yards Report)
  • New Weather Service Alerts Bikers About State of Bridges
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • City Certifies Flatbush Rezoning
    (Campaign for Community-Based Planning)
  • Croudsourcing Bus Locations
    (Regional Plan Association)
  • City Ranked Worst for Unemployment Pay
  • Wall Street Bonuses and Housing Prices
    (Creative Class)
  • An Endangered Garment Center
    (Huffington Post)
  • Gowanus Lounge Founder Dies
    (Gowanus Lounge)
  • The Ordeal of David Paterson
    (Governing Magazine)
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