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Weekly Web Wrap
June 25th, 2010

Open Data Standards for City Agencies
(Urban Omnibus)
State Passenger Rail Costs Set to Soar
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
The High Cost of Free Parks
(Next American City)
Out and About with Espada’s Opponent Rivera
(Bronx News Network)
Bloomberg Looks to Wall Street to Save Economy?
(DMI Blog)
Wikineighborhoods
(Campaign for .nyc)
Cartoonist’s Take on the New Cigarette Tax
(Matt Davies)
Is Flushing Commons Worth It?
(greenbuildingsNYC)
Looking to Suspend Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
(Municipal Art Society)
The End of a Balanced Budget of the City?
(Citizens Budget Commission)
Bronx HIV Testing Exceeds Goals
(Health Department)
City’s Growth Compared to Other Major Cities
(The Atlantic)

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