Weekly Web Wrap
April 2nd, 2010

Making the Bronx Smell Nice
(Edible Geography)
Poverty Remains Flat, Utility Service Interruptions Rise
(PULP Blog)
Regional Plan Association History
(Urban Omnibus)
Saving $1.2 Billion Through Labor Costs
(Citizens Budget Commission)
Skate Park Mimics City’s Popular Street Spots
The City’s Seed Funds
(KartMe via NYConvergence)
Cartoonist’s Take on Senate Pay-to-Play Move
(Adam Zyglis)
Expiring Unemployment Benefits Will Lead to Homeless Spike
(Coalition for the Homeless)
Highbridge Arts Center Design Competition Winners
(The Dirt)
Yankee Stadium Demolition Photos
(Bronx News Network)
Unsound Facts in Report on Atlantic Yards by Controversial Analysts
(Atlantic Yards Report)

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