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9:04 AM PST on December 21, 2015

    • Fear of change gets in the way of housing solutions (SF Chronicle)
    • Berkeley wins grant to develop solutions for Residential Parking Permit program (Berkeleyside)
    • Oil and coal companies lobby for bill preventing accounting for climate change in trade deals (Desmog)
    • Bakersfield looks at strategy to replace redevelopment money (Bakersfield Californian)
    • Measuring the success of eight community engagement strategies (User Experience)
    • Facebook offers money to employees who live within ten miles of work (Bloomberg Business)
    • “Walk your bike”--a compromise between horse riders and bike riders on a narrow bridge (LA Times)
    • The segregation we don't talk about enough (economic) (American Enterprise Institute)
    • Bike-share, Singapore style (Straits Times)

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