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Mondays 93: Advocates to Elected Officials

July 12, 2021

This week on Mondays at The Overhead Wire, we share a bit of the news from the last few weeks, but then Mesa Arizona City Council Member Francisco Heredia and Charlotte City Council Member Braxton Winston talk with each other about their journeys from being an advocate to elected officials. This episode initially was shared on the Rail~Volution podcast, but now you can check it out here as well.

For the links from the show, see below the fold.

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Let’s talk more about pavement – Next City

Aging condos need better oversight – Bloomberg

Urban Mobility Report is back and still missing the point – City Observatory


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