Weekly Web Wrap
June 26th, 2009

  • If I Knew BLANK About New York, I’d BLANK
    (Open My City)
  • Project Aims to Green Space Below Queensboro Bridge
    (Urban Omnibus)
  • What New York Can Learn About Dutch Flood Prevention
    (NY 400 Blog)
  • Subway Station Naming Rights Absurdly Underpriced
  • The Downside of Small Schools
    (Huffington Post)
  • State Approves $3 Million in Biotech Startup Tax Credits
    (GenomeWeb via FierceBiotech)
  • New Yorkers Who Prefer “Daddy” to Mayor
  • Five Open Tenants of NYSenate.gov
    (Talkin’ Bout a Revolution)
  • State Change to Graduation Stats Could Implode Gains
  • New Budget No Longer Plans to Eliminate School Trailers
    (IBO Weblog)
  • Comptroller Supports Expansion of Cheap In-City Commuter Rail Travel
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • Cartoonist’s Take on Senate Power Struggle
    (Matt Davies)
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