Weekly Web Wrap
September 11th, 2009

  • Bloomberg, Uninterrupted
    (Next American City)
  • Sharpton to Endorse Vann Challenger, Mark Griffith
    (City Hall News)
  • Council Independence (Or Lack Thereof)
    (Daily Politics)
  • Supporting the Domestic Worker’s Bill of Rights
    (The Nation)
  • Why New York’s Tech Scene Lags
    (Chris Dixon via NYConvergence)
  • A Good Legislative Process Would Have Helped the Reform Bill
  • Park(ing) Day Next Week
    (Time’s Up!)
  • A Bronx Travelogue
    (Urban Omnibus)
  • Fighting the Use of Stimulus Bonds for Gentrification Plan
  • Stringer as a Teenage Community Board Member
    (Municipal Art Society)
  • Crocker Snyder’s Unsavory Campaign Donors
    (Village Voice)
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