Weekly Web Wrap
May 7th, 2010

Century Old Temperature Readings Show Climate Change
(The Earth Institute)
Is Carrion Suited to be Lt. Governor?
(Next American City)
Reflecting on the White House Office of Urban Affairs
(DMI Blog)
Long Island Rail Road Considers Diesel for Some Lines
(The Transport Politic)
City’s Calorie Counts a Good National Model
The Importance of Housing During Prisoner Reentry
(Re-thinking Reentry)
State Launches New Feedback Blog
Cartoonist’s Take on Public Employees
(Matt Davies)
Can the State Clean Up the Testing Mess?
(City Journal)
The City’s Plan for a Separate Stormwater Charge
(SWIM Coalition)

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