Weekly Link Round Up

The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue. Photo by HB.
Newburgh to explore city’s open-space options [THR]
Mill Street Partners prepping suit against City of Newburgh [MHN]
This Huge Sidewalk Transformed The City Of Atlanta Forever – Video [MSN]
Henri Bredenkamp converts derelict university building into family home [DZ]
Small business owners finding profit with City of Newburgh revitalization + Video [THR]
Floors slanting, windows popping, Newburgh City Hall has serious structural problems [DF]

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One Comment

  • Thanks for the Friday humor, “…denying high quality affordable housing for the minority population in the city’s downtown area.” What decade was that? It’s proposed projects like these that are deterring “many people who may have been willing to invest in the city’s efforts to rejuvenate its downtown corridor.” Here’s the deal, in today’s Amazonian business environment, ‘small business owners find profit’ on the margins. That means a niche operation offering quality goods and services enabling a premium to be charged. Virtue signaling aside, a developer can’t sue to have the city council strong arm Planning & Development.
    -“we are going to have a difficult time governing the city.”…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmOTefm0_Jw