Weekly Web Wrap
January 15th, 2010

Financial Disclosure Changes are Inadequate
(ReformNY)
Brooklyn’s Solar-Powered Car Charging Station
(Freshkills Park Blog)
Megacities Like New York Ready for Electric Cars
(Time)
Cartoonist’s Take on Albany Dysfunction
(Adam Zyglis)
Arguing for Congestion Pricing
(DMI Blog)
Lawmaker’s Collective Amnesia as Transit Cuts Loom
(Streetsblog)
Quinn Says City Must Provide Transit Funds for Students
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
Rerouting the V Train to Metropolitan Ave.
(Second Avenue Sagas)
Free E-Waste Pickup Expands to Brooklyn
(Metropolis)
No Guidelines on Environmental Review Consultants
(Atlantic Yards Report)
Is it Green Leasing’s Moment?
(Green Building in Gotham)
AT&T’s 3G Network Upgrade Bypassing City
(All Things Digital via NYConvergence)
A Proposal to Revise Greenhouse Gas Plan’s Spending
(PULP Blog)
Stringer Unveils NYC Food Charter
(Food Systems Network)
How Progressive is the State’s Tax System?
(Citizen’s Budget Commission)

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