Weekly Web Wrap
January 29th, 2010

Usurious Tax Refund Loans Cost City $58 Million
(Bronx News Network)
Common Sense on Workforce Development
(Huffington Post)
Rising Eminent Domain in New York
(Architect’s Newspaper via Planetizen)
Little Stimulus Funds Used for Transportation
(Building Congress)
The Architecture of Healthiness
(Next American City)
Using Trash to Rebuild the City
(Inhabitat)
ULURP Begins for Highline Preservation Above 30th St.
(High Line Blog)
Avoiding Corporate Relocation Border Wars
(Regional Plan Association)
Can YOU Improve the City’s Stormwater Management?
(Minds In The Gutter via Idealist in NYC)
Paterson Proposes Elimination of HEAP Weatherization Funding
(PULP Blog)
The Bonus Babies are Back
(Newsweek)
Fixing Mistakes in the Ethics Bill
(ReformNY)
New Report Examines Neighborhoods for .nyc
(NYConvergence)
Westbeth – the First Warehouse Conversion for Artists
(Municipal Art Society)

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