Weekly Web Wrap
March 13th, 2009

  • Not Enough Welfare Recipients in College or Employment Training
    (DMI Blog)
  • High Density Living is Green Living
    (Economix Blog)
  • Parks are an Important Part of that Density
    (City Parks Blog)
  • Russell Simmons: Drop the Rock
    (Huffington Post)
  • Plucking the Citys Golden Geese
  • Despite Stimulus, Schools Budget Still Drops
    (New York Teacher)
  • Bad Albany Idea of the Month
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • Another Interactive Map of Transit Cuts
    (Regional Plan Association)
  • Governors Budget Would Allow Further Utility Deregulation
    (PULP Blog)
  • City Nears Launch of Programs to Boost Supermarket Development
    (The Real Estate)
  • New York and D.C. are Magnets for Tech Jobs
    (eWeek via FierceCIO)
  • New York City: A Nice Place to Be Unemployed?
    (Brooklyn Rail)
  • Chinatowns Transformation Hard on Low-Income Residents
    (World Journal)
  • Urging the Buildings Department To Re-Evaluate New Rule
    (Municipal Art Society)
  • City Joins Earth Hour 2009
    (Earth Hour U.S.)
  • How Bloomberg Could Finally Build Moynihan Station
    (New York Magazine)
  • The Secret Lives of Beekeepers in New York
    (The New Republic)
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