Weeklyn Web Wrap
September 25th, 2009

  • Is the Terror Plot Really Shut Down?
    (Newsweek)
  • Most Stalled Developments are Residential and in Brooklyn
    (IBO Weblog)
  • Cartoonist’s Take on Obama’s Message to Paterson
    (Matt Davies)
  • Another Cartoonist’s Take on Obama’s Message to Paterson
    (Adam Zyglis)
  • Before Google Maps, the City Had OASIS
    (Urban Omnibus)
  • Region’s Transit Sets Record in Gas Saved
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • How is the City Doing on the Greening Front?
    (Sallan Foundation)
  • A Musing on Governor’s Island
    (Metropolis)
  • A Harlem Model for Neighborhood-Based Approaches to Poverty
    (The American Prospect)
  • Why the City is Greener Than Vermont
    (Time)
  • It’s Good that Gehry isn’t Designing the Atlantic Yards
    (Slate)
  • Putting Civilian Review Back into the Complaint Board
    (Huffington Post)
  • Brooklyn, the Most Frugal City
    (Brownstoner)
  • How Best to Accelerate New York Startups?
    (innonate)
  • Mark Griffith to Campaign on Working Families Party Line
    (City Hall)
  • Committee Reports Would Help Courts’ with Legislative Intent
    (ReformNY)
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