Weekly Web Wrap
November 20th, 2009

Bloomberg Needs to See New York as City of Neighborhoods
(Regional Plan Association)
How to Judge the Next Teachers Contract
(Citizen’s Budget Commission)
State Pension Fund Up, but Still Down
(NY Fiscal Watch)
New York Sun Slowly Re-Rises
(Editor’s Weblog via NYConvergence)
What Researchers Learned from Spying on Us in the Subway
(Slate)
State May Test Game Console Alert System
(InformationWeek)
Radioactive Wastewater Another Concern in Upstate Gas Drilling
(ProPublica via Alternet)
Checking in on the 7 Line Extension
(Second Avenue Sagas)
A Bowery Reborn
(Metropolis)

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