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SPUR Lunchtime Forum: The true cost of place

9:45 AM PDT on June 21, 2010

"Bay Area residents typically spend 59 percent of their median household
income on housing and transportation, leaving little of their remaining
income to meet other basic needs. Join us for a discussion on the Urban
Land Institute’s recent “Bay Area Burden” report, an in-depth
examination of the true “cost of place.” With Kate White of the
Urban Land Institute, Doug Johnson of the Metropolitan
Transportation Commission and Phil Kerr of Intracorp.
Co-sponsored by the Urban Land Institute."

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