Weekly Web Wrap
May 14th, 2010

Cataloging the City’s Community Gardens
(Edible Geography)
The Remnants of New York’s Tenement Ornamentation
(The Atlantic)
A Mentoring Program to Keep Young Talent in New York
(NY Tech Meetup)
The City’s Shortage of Entrepreneurial Tech Talent
(Business Insider via NYConvergence)
Creating a Solar Power Map of the City
(Inhabitat)
White House Denies Reports of Spy Planes Over City
(Wired)
The Bronx Food Summit
(Bronx News Network)
Privatizing the Goethals Bridge
(The Real Estate)
Examining a Small-School’s Historical Roots
(Teachers College Record)
Lawmaker Birthday Cards a Waste of Ink (and Taxpayer Money)
(Daily Gotham)
Roosevelt Island’s Pneumatic Trash System
(Urban Omnibus)
Goldsmith: Leading a Culture of Cost Savings
(Governing Magazine)
Top Green Contractors of 2010
(New York Construction)
Efficient Appliance Rebate Extended
(NYSERDA)
Peak Hour Parking Pricing Working
(Marketplace via Planetizen)

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