Weekly Web Wrap
May 21st, 2010

St. Vincent’s Was Only Hospital Supporting Home Births
(The Guardian via Serf City)
Panel Blasts State Transportation Department Spending
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
New Entrant to Espada Race
(Bronx News Network)
Analysis of Bloomberg’s Executive Budget (PDF)
(Independent Budget Office)
Gulf Oil Spill Size Compared to New York Region
(Urban Green Council Blog)
Seeking Special Education Data for Charter Schools
(Edwize)
Bloomberg Budget Cuts Homeless Services
(Coalition for the Homeless)
Architecture Firms Imagine the Future of the City
(Newsweek)
Rooftop Farms at Public Schools
(Architect’s Newspaper via Planetizen)
Cartoonist’s Take on Unions and the Budget
(Matt Davies)
Brooklyn’s Mobile, Bike Powered Coffee Bar
(Inhabitat)
Citywide Document Shredding Day This Sunday
(Department of Consumer Affairs)
Low Wage Job Growth Threatens City’s Economic Stability
(DMI Blog)
Reauthorizing State Power Assistance for Certain Businesses
(Citizens Budget Commission)

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