Weekly Web Wrap
August 28th, 2009

  • Allowing Water – and New Waterfronts – Into the City
    (Regional Plan Association)
  • Ballot Access Laws Keep Candidates Off Ballot
    (Room Eight)
  • Can Bloomberg Pay Poor People to Do the ‘Right’ Thing?
    (The American Prospect)
  • Campaign Finance Board Must Pursue Cheats During Elections
    (City Hall News)
  • The Green Superintendent Training Program
    (Habitat)
  • Where’s the Youth Voice on Planning?
    (Municipal Art Society)
  • Rome vs Gotham
    (New Geography)
  • City Shouldn’t Subsidize Developments that Create Poverty-Level Jobs
    (DMI Blog)
  • Sunset Park Gets a High school
    (Brownstoner)
  • Coalition Calls for Reform to State’s Juvenile System
    (NYCLU)
  • Photo Essay of Forest Hills Gardens
    (Slate)
  • Parsing the the Results of Mayor’s Housing Plan
    (Huffington Post)
  • State Could Become Stem Cell Capital of Nation
    (SEED Magazine)
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