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The Weekly Chatter: Proudly combating paranoia & empty stomachs

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Successful cities have a vision.”

To close, three commercials that show off the power of the bicycle (StreetFilms) One, we leave with you for the weekend…Super Bowl material?

Have a weekend!







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  1. Bob Atallo
    February 1, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Parking lot taxes and/or impact fees are an interesting idea, at least in areas where they wouldn’t be counterproductive, like the downtown. The twps like Garfield should look at them.

  2. Ross Richardson
    February 1, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    Be glad that the City Commission is talking about increasing infrastructure spending, and then work to bend that spending to what your priorities. My experience is hat the first reason for denial of spending on sidewalks, trails, complete street goals is “we can’t afford it.” So work hard to achieve your goals, knowing money (some) is available.

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