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Tom DiChristopher


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Tom DiChristopher is a journalist based in Brooklyn and was managing editor of AsiaLIFE HCMC in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

A pilot effort is under way in four City Council districts to give constituents some say in which capital projects are funded. Amid successes and snags, there are signs the initiative is getting citizens more engaged in government.



In Councilman Brad Lander's district, citizen budget delegates learned quickly how expensive simple projects can be. But they also found much could be accomplished without spending a dime.