Weekly Web Wrap
February 5th, 2010

Increase in Concern Over New Voting Machines
(ReformNY)
Hoping for Real Change in Water Rates
(Bronx News Network)
Stop Using Water Board to Bypass Contract Bidding
(Water Watch NYC)
Special Education Students’ Effect on Schools’ Graduation Rates
(Edwize)
Teachers Union Bused Protesters to School Closing Hearing
(The Chalkboard)
Cartoonist’s Take on Ethics Reform
(Matt Davies)
Smarter Energy for New York
(Metropolis)
State to Consolidate Email
(Government Technology)
State’s Telephone Subscriptions Shrink
(PULP Blog)
City Bar Supports Lawyer/Legislator Disclosure
(Capitol Confidential)
New Rapid-Transit Bus Debuts in the Bronx
(Second Avenue Sagas)
The Over-Sensationalized Terror Trials
(Change.org)
Federal Rules Make State’s High-Income Tax Rate Even Higher
(City Journal)
MTA Can’t Afford More Short-Term Solutions
(DMI Blog)
Nasty Heating Oil Used at ‘Green’ Battery Park City
(Green Building in Gotham)

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