Saturday, April 25, 2009

Some links

The news out of Seattle is that the Dearborn Street project has been canceled due to the economy. This means that the CBA won't go through either, but Puget Sound Sage affirms that "the CBA represents a groundbreaking model for making development accountable to community stakeholders."

On the east coast, there's also been a lot of talk about the new Yankee Stadium, including questions about the jobs being created, the replacement parks that are supposed to built, the economic prospects for all the new high-priced seats, and the odd "home run wind." Check out the Good Jobs First Clawback Blog for more.

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