Wednesday, June 2, 2010

News Round-up

Creating a Plan to Connect New Yorkers and their Harbor [Gotham Gazette]

Can the City—and the Oyster—Save Jamaica Bay? [Gotham Gazette]

Pharmaceuticals in the Water Supply [Report-- The New York City Department of Environmental Protection]

Air Quality [Ranking-- American Lung Association]

Health Commissioner Now Bikes to Work [Daily News]

Older Downstate Pedestrians at Risk [Report--Tri-State Transportation Campaign]

Rooftop Farm Gets OK [Wall Street Journal]

Lights Kept on in Closed Subway Stations [am New York]

Cleaning New York’s Soot-Spewing Buildings [Gotham Gazette]

City Halts Rooftop Farm in Queens [NY Times]

Manufacturing Jobs on the Rise [Wall Street Journal]

EPA Ripped Over Schools PCB Testing [Daily News]

Study Says Gowanus Cleanup Could Lead to New Housing [NY Post]

City Garbage Gridlock Plan Falls Short of Goals [Gotham Gazette]

Compiled by Rebeccah Welch

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