Ohio’s budget came out this week. Since we’re an environmental blog, we’ll cut to the chase and focus on the $7 billion for transportation.
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There’s a school of thought that bike parking should be plentiful, visible and designed to call attention first to its function.
CSAs are a popular way to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Typically consumers purchase a share (aka a "membership" or a "subscription") and in return they receive a box (bag, basket) of produce each week throughout the farming season.
Marc Lefkowitz | 04/17/15 @ 11:00am
Let me tell you a story—a true story—about a community that wants to make its main street more bike, pedestrian and transit friendly but was fought every step of the way by the state department of transportation.
Marc Lefkowitz | 04/16/15 @ 10:00am
University Circle is taking a hard look at which strategies define the experience of being in a world-class Eds and Meds district.
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- Trans-Pacific trade pact forum tonight at 6 at Trinity Cathedral. Secret tribunals to overrule local decisions. What could go wrong?
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