“People want to shop local. There is a big movement around it, and people understand it.”
“A lot of small businesses aren’t getting the assistance they need to become more competitive.”
“If you’re the manager of a chain, a clean sidewalk doesn’t change the numbers on the register.”
We are so desperate for any little inkling for success
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The push for neighborhoods to have more than a voice.
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Is the city’s failure to plan a plan for failure?
The city’s transit system is better than you think. It’s also under more strain than politicians admit.
Lomex. Robert Moses. Westway. Jane Jacobs. What New York’s planning past tells us about its future.