Weekly Web Wrap
November 27th, 2009

Hotel Lobby Misappropriates Privately-Owned Public Space
(I (heart) Public Space)
Mapping Vacant Storefronts
(Curbed)
Analysis of Tax Receipt Decline Must Factor in Tax Increase
(NY Fiscal Watch)
Dueling Economic Geographies Within Global Cities
(New Geography)
The Lifespan of Smart Meters
(PULP Network)
Charter Schools as Agents of the Right Wing
(Edwize)
Time to End the Empire Zone Program
(Citizens Budget Commission)
Liu and de Blasio’s Potential Impact on Transportation
(Streetsblog)
City Running Out of Space to Store Gold
(BLDGBLOG)
Group of Co-op Boards Battle the MTA
(Habitat Magazine)
The Waterfront’s Assault on Fifth Avenue
(Newsweek)

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