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by Bryan Goebel
People may find this amusing: Berkeley councilmember Kriss Worthington wrote his ballot statement in poetry, and he included the lines:
I voted no on the bad BRT,
but lets get EcoPasses and Multimodal Connectivity;
Two people (so far) have written “poetical” replies at
Gotta love the anti-density environmentalists. Sometimes I think old school, big enviro groups in the Bay Area are really more into ‘historic preservation’ and preserving a certain nostalgic version of the built environment more than they are actually interested in accommodating and housing people in environmentally-friendly developments.
“I have a sinking feeling we're all going to learn once again that hindsight is 20/20, and that all this caving to merchants' unfounded fears will result in an entire generation of lost opportunity to make our streets safer and more lively.”
– Upright Biker
In response to "SFMTA Cuts Block of Polk Bike Lane Fought by Visionless Mayor's Optometrist"