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 NR Flickr user Brian Wolfe.

Film Noir and Fog-in-a-Can at Fullerton [HVNN]
Habitat projects in Newburgh are a cure for cynicism [THR]
Over 100 street lights repaired in Newburgh [Mid Hudson News]
Newburgh to discuss tenant responsibility act [Mid Hudson News]
Newburgh Boys & Girls Club eyes expansion at former KeyBank building [THR]
Bicycling Means Business: How Cycling Enriches People and Cities [Streets Blog]
Preserving historical buildings: the most sustainable thing is not to build new stuff [Guardian]

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One Comment

  • Stop making excuses Newburgh; “widely believed that brightly lit streets in Newburgh will substantially reduce crimes…”. Why does the ‘City continue to rationalize irrational behavior? The ‘City took a hit point blank right to the heart of its ‘revitalization’ efforts Sunday morning. Hint: stop making the city ‘inviting’ AND ‘affordable’, it’s sending the wrong message. That’s not ‘cynicism’…that realism.