Weekly Web Wrap
May 1st, 2009

  • Hungry and Without Options in New York
    (Mother Jones)
  • New York Sun Back from the Dead?
    (Politico via NYConvergence)
  • City Council Candidates Try to Dazzle in the 39th District
    (Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn)
  • New York City’s New Voters
    (Room Eight)
  • A New Measure of Regional Competitiveness Energy Efficiency
    (DMI Blog)
  • Is Landmarking Worth It?
    (Riverdale Ramblings)
  • Recycling? Fuhgeddaboudit
    (Mother Jones)
  • Wylde: City Can’t Afford Not to ‘Go Green’
    (Huffington Post)
  • Donovan: Putting the ‘UD’ Back in HUD
    (The Ground Floor)
  • Paterson to Ease Mandates and Property Taxes
    (Fox 23)
  • Cartoonist’s Take on the Pension Fund Scandal
    (Matt Davies)
  • Another Hole in the Budget Plan
    (IBO Weblog)
  • Opening Week Problems for Yankees
  • What Private Sector Workers Earnings Would Match Public Pensions
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
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