Weekly Web Wrap
December 24th, 2009

Ideas for Getting the MTA Out of its Mess
(Regional Plan Association)
Building ‘Net Zero’ in Red Hook
(Green Building in Gotham)
Community Boards in Need of Architects
(Urban Omnibus)
Senate Yet to Propose Committee Reforms
(ReformNY)
Eating Habits That Reduce the City’s Carbon Emissions
(Huffington Post)
Charging for Use of Stormwater System
(Water Watch NYC)
Listing New York’s Startups
(NY Tech Meetup)
Court Refuses to Hear Billboard Company’s Appeal
(Ban Billboard Blight via Public Ad Campaign)
2008 Local Government Employment Census Data
(Room Eight)
Comptroller Should Have Voted on Atlantic Yards Bonds
(NY Fiscal Watch)
A Guide to Stuyvesant Town’s New Rents
(Curbed)
Can the Council Help Bring Startups to the City?
(Econsultancy via NYConvergence)

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