Weekly Web Wrap
December 6th, 2009

Balancing Private Bus Burdens and Benefits
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
Cartoonist’s Take on Extraordinary Session
(Matt Davies)
Paying for Prospect Park’s Water System
(Water Watch NYC)
Time Banking Comes to New York
(Idealist in NYC)
Fulton Street’s Diverse Building Stock
(Urban Omnibus)
Accessibility as Part of Sustainability
Annulment of a Straight Marriage a Challenge for Equal Rights
(Huffington Post)
Gay Marriage Vote Disappointing but Historic
Power Grid Operator Criticized on Anniversary
(Times Union via PULP Blog)
City Taxpayers Would Pay for Part of Atlantic Yards Default
(NY Fiscal Watch)
Contest Promotions a Loophole for Illegal Advertisers?
(Public Ad Campaign)

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