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Weekly Chatter: It’s May, what are you going to do about it?


Weekly Chatter

Bits of news, perspective, and what-not from the wider world.

Cars destroyed much of a city’s quality of life, but also freed people from the city. However, cars also enslaved people because the suburbs made it impossible to live without one.

What’s to be done about it?

The world is ready to change, and it will do so not in one great shift, but in a billion little actions.

Along those lines, Good Magazine has dubbed May, The GOOD Fix Your Street Challenge…it fits nicely with the Monday crank about being assertive in improving our public spaces.

What ideas do you have to fix-up your street? 

Some random ideas: Clean dirty signs, plant seed bombs, take over a tree lawn, adopt a bus stop, draw a hopscotch court through an intersection, count traffic and speed, enlist traffic calming penguin deputies

Or, …. plant something in a pothole:


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