Weekly Web Wrap
October 30th, 2009

  • Planning Students Being Integrated Into Community Boards
    (Architect’s Newspaper via Planetizen)
  • Regenerating the Northeast Corridor
    (The Transport Politic)
  • Bloomberg and the City’s Park System
    (Parks and Recreation via City Parks Blog)
  • New MTA Tax to Affect Freelancers
    (Village Voice)
  • Nets Arena Originally Scheduled to Open Today
    (Atlantic Yards Report)
  • Are Residency-Based Toll Discounts Constitutional?
    (Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
  • City’s Bloggers Discuss Local Journalism’s Future
    (FishbowlNY via NYConvergence)
  • Charters Serve More ‘At Risk’ Students than City Averages
    (The Chalkboard)
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