Weekly Web Wrap
May 15th, 2009

  • Bloomberg’s Misguided Shelter Rent Policy
    (Coalition for the Homeless Blog)
  • City has $300,000 to Look into Streetcars
    (The Transport Politic)
  • Meet the 1,400 Jobless Teachers Who Still Get Paid
    (The New Republic)
  • If Bloomberg Wants to Buy the Election, Let Him Really Pay for It
    (The Indypendent)
  • Times Considering Two Paid Web Options
    (Editor & Publisher)
  • Swine Flu Highlights Need for Paid Sick Days
    (Manhattan Borough President’s Blog)
  • Elliot Sander a Victim of Politics
    (Regional Plan Association)
  • The Saga of Khalil Gibran Academy
    (Rethinking Schools)
  • Williamsburg Waterfront Rezoning Four Years Old This Week
    (Brooklyn 11211 via Brownstoner)
  • The World’s Largest Refuse Heap: a Beacon of Sustainability
    (I (Heart) Public Space)
  • The 33rd District Council Forum
    (Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn)
  • School Spending ‘Restraint’ is All Relative
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • A Review of the City’s Plan for WiFi in Parks
    (NYCwireless)
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