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July 15, 2011 Headlines

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• Riding Vancouver’s Streets into the Future [The Tyee]
• Two Vancouver neighbourhoods targeted for expanded food scraps pickup [Vancouver Courier]
• Real life superhero takes to Vancouver’s streets [Globe and Mail]
• Cost of Metro services could rise 44 per cent over five years [Vancouver Sun]
• City hall promises ‘green jobs’ in environmental plan [Vancouver Courier]
• Hume: Income polarization is a recipe for class war [Vancouver Sun]

• How to make a National Park in a few (not so) easy steps [OpenFile]

• Where Would Hemingway Go? [The New York Times]
• Saving Difference [The Architect’s Newspaper]
• The Geography of How We Get to Work [The Atlantic]
• Downtown Dreams [The Architect’s Newspaper]
• Critic’s Notebook: Fast lane to gridlock [The Los Angeles Times]
• Mayor Bloom On Santa Monica’s Land Use & Circulation Element [The Planning Report]
• How Sound Transit could build a promised station for SE Seattle [Crosscut]