Eyes on the Street: Golden Gate Velo

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Thanks to all of you for contributing these wonderful photos to our Flickr pool. We hope you’ll continue to upload scenes from our streets so we can showcase your good work.

Also, we’ll be taking Monday off in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and will see you back on Tuesday. Don’t forget to speak out at the MTA Board meeting about Muni service cuts on Tuesday, January 19th, 2 pm, San Francisco City Hall, Room 400. The budget proposal is Item 11.

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