The 2009 Power List 

Struck by recession and political upheaval, a county dominates while City Hall struggles to find its footing. The search begins for a sustainable alternative to Trani, Wilder and the old power network.

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The Top 10

Eleven Through Twenty Five

Twenty Six Through Fifty

Fifty One Through Seventy Five

The Fallen

Power Shift

 

To the Reader: Because of a printing error, the print version of our Power List was missing a page that included Nos. 20-25. To make up for the inconvenience, we're printing the entire list as a special pull-out section in Style Aug. 5.

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