Weekly Web Wrap
March 27th, 2010

State Failing at Bridge Maintenance
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
Manhattan Ranked as Worst City for Unemployment Pay
(Forbes)
Replacing Empire Zones with Excelsior
(Citizens Budget Commission)
New MTA Finance Chief Criticized for Prior MTA Bond
(Bond Buyer via NY Fiscal Watch)
Using the Brooklyn Waterfront to Manage Stormwater
(Regional Plan Association)
Time Warner Launching WiFi Hotspots in City
(NYConvergence)
South Bronx Receives First Green Neighborhood Certification in State
(Inhabitat)
Remembering the V Train’s Controversial History
(Second Avenue Sagas)
Older Adults Must Stay Physically Active, Socially Engaged
(Health Department)
No Progress on ‘No Excuse’ Absentee Ballot
(League of Women Voters of New York State)
Paid Sick Days Effect on Job Growth
(DMI Blog)

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