Weekly Web Wrap
March 19th, 2010

City’s Water and Sewer Rate Study
(SWIM Coalition)
Espada Doubled Staff Since Leadership Play
(Bronx News Network)
Without Transit Improvements, Growth will Stagnate
(DMI Blog)
Sustainable Waterfront Planning
(Urban Omnibus)
Transit Riders Council Report
(Second Avenue Sagas)
Paterson’s New Tax Cap Even More Porous
(NY Fiscal Watch)
New Uptown Best Buy Hires Under One-Third Locals
(DNAinfo.com via No Land Grab)
What’s the Best Way to Tax Utilities?
(PULP Blog)
Update on Greenpoint Oil Spill Remediation
How Not to Pass a Budget
(League of Women Voters of New York State)
Planning Ground Zero from the Ground Up

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