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
White House Denies Reports of Spy Planes Over City
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
Peak Hour Parking Pricing Working
(Marketplace via Planetizen)

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