Weekly Web Wrap
March 20th, 2009

  • Why Won’t the City Recycle Plastic?
    (Inhabitat)
  • The Politics of an MTA Budget Deal
    (Regional Plan Association)
  • Cartoonist’s Take on MTA Budget Gap
    (Matt Davies)
  • State Ranked Fourth Best in Types of Info Available Free Online
    (Sunshine Week)
  • State’s Health IT Program Good Model for National Effort
    (Healthcare IT News via FierceHealthIT)
  • Profile of Rev. Billy’s Mayoral Campaign
    (The Indypendent)
  • Can Weingarten Satisfy Both Teachers and Reformers?
    (The New Republic)
  • More Kosher Soup Kitchens Planned
    (The Jewish Week)
  • Public Housing Residents and the Census
    (NYCHA Journal)
  • Increasing the Availability of Affordable and Nutritious Food
    (Manhattan Borough President’s Blog)
  • Require Submetering Landlords to Accept Utility Assistance
    (PULP Blog)
  • States Exposure Limited if AIG Failed
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • Local Farming and Food Policy in New York
    (Brian Lehrer)
  • Cuomo Should Practice Transparency He Preaches
    (Mediashift Idea Lab)
  • Audio of the Staten Island Broadband Hearing
    (Internet Society – New York Chapter)
  • New Meetup for Those Working for Open Government in the City
    (Open Government NYC)
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