Weekly Web Wrap
February 12th, 2010

A Closer Look at Disclosure Exemptions
Study Reveals How Bedbugs Travel Between Apartments
(Brick Underground via Curbed)
Sen. Gonzalez Withdraws Guilty Plea
(Bronx News Network)
Health and Cost Benefits of Electronic Medical Records
(IBO Web Log)
Councilmember Lander Maps Stalled Construction
What’s the Impact of Nets Area’s Alternate Entrance
(Atlantic Yards Report)
Cartoonist’s Take on Paterson Rumors
(Matt Davies)
Artists’ Take on Brooklyn Gentrification
(Urban Omnibus)
Jacob Javitz Plaza to Get Redesign
(Architect’s Newspaper via The Dirt)
Artificially Propped Up Municipal Finance
(NY Fiscal Watch)
Efficient Transit Takes More than ‘Spiffy’ Tech
(Regional Plan Association)

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