Weekly Web Wrap
June 12th, 2009

  • Senate Control More Important After 2010 Redistricting
    (Ballot Box)
  • Breakdown of the 2008 Election Results
    (Prime News)
  • Bloomberg, Quinn Discuss Green Building Laws
    (Charlie Rose)
  • Councilmember Nelson Aide Gets Large Earmark
    (City Council Watch)
  • Chow Takes Fundraising Lead in Race for Liu’s Seat
    (The Queens Campaigner)
  • Work Continues on Making Senate Data Accessible Online
    (NY Senate CIO)
  • Did Paterson Agree to No Layoffs for Two Years in Union Deal?
    (NY Fiscal Watch)
  • Ruiz Declines to Challenge Baez in Bronx Council Race
    (Bronx News Network)
  • New Magazine Covers Strategic Planning and Design
    (CATALYST via Core 77)
  • Making Grocers More Appetizing to Developers
  • Train Tunnel Project Receives $3 Billion from Feds
    (Regional Plan Association)
  • Photographs of Harlem in its Most Neglected Age
  • City Seeks New Approach to Ad-Based Free WiFi
  • Bloomberg Might Yet Buy Your Love
    (Huffington Post)
  • Advocates Call for Redirection of $900 Million to Schools
    (Manhattan Borough President’s Blog)
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    One Response to “Weekly Web Wrap”

    1. Stan Says:
      June 19th, 2009 at 3:23 pm

      I was reading the article “Quinn Discuss Green Building Laws”. I think it is fantastic how we are using renewable energy and going green in so many ways. I think we also need to do things like reducing our energy usage, like installing geothermal heat pumps to replace high energy heating and cooling systems.

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