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Cutting Back on Democracy
  

Mar 16, 2009

Image by Gotham Gazette We New Yorkers have dueling psyches. We're worried about the state of the economy, but we are also hopeful about the future and excited about the role

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Free Buses, Cheaper Subways -- and a Solution to New York's Traffic
  

Feb 06, 2009

Photo (cc) Pete Biggs Last spring, when Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed an $8 "congestion fee" to drive into parts of Manhattan, the plan fell victim to several intrinsic weaknesses. Geographical inequity,

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The Department of Education's Power Grip
  

Jan 30, 2009

GOVERNING THE SCHOOL SYSTEM The looming expiration of the law giving the mayor control of the New York

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The Obama Stimulus: An $825 Billion First Step
  

Jan 22, 2009

For More on Helping New York's Economy Paying Attention to Cities By Jonathan Bowles After years of federal policies neglecting urban areas, Barack Obama has sent some encouraging

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Infrastructure Investments that Make Sense
  

Jan 20, 2009

For More on Helping New York's Economy Paying Attention to Cities By Jonathan Bowles After years of federal policies neglecting urban

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From Gas Guzzling Cars to Clean Buses
  

Jan 20, 2009

For More on Helping New York's Economy Paying Attention to Cities By Jonathan Bowles After years of federal policies neglecting urban areas, Barack Obama has sent some encouraging signals

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Using This Crisis to Prevent the Next One
  

Jan 20, 2009

Photo (c) Urban Agenda While the economic picture is grim across the country, New York City has been especially hard hit in recent months. The city's heavy dependence on Wall Street

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A New Name for Our Premier Waterway
  

Jan 05, 2009

Engraving from Currier & Ives, 1892. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. With the Triborough Bridge now known as the R.F.K. Bridge, New York City is evidently in a re-naming

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Homeland Security Funding
  

Jun 14, 2004

 New York City's first responders continue to suffer severe shortages in funding and can expect to see their limited resources diminish even further under the Bush Administration’s proposed Budget for

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Keeping Ferry Service Afloat
  

May 17, 2004

  Each time the New York Mets take the field this summer the Grand Central Parkway, Northern Boulevard, and the Van Wyck will