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    • HR Manager Resigns over SFMTA Employee Scandal (SFChron)
    • VTA Could Cut Service to 1980s Levels (EastBayTimes)
    • Police Want Help ID'ing Injured Cyclist (CBSLocal)
    • Oakland Bars Embrace 'Flex Streets' (Berkeleyside)
    • Climbing S.F.'s Staircases (SFChron)
    • A Month of Awful Air (SFChron)
    • Dogpatch Paddle Club Breaks in New Park (Hoodline)
    • S.F. Has Low COVID Death Rate for a Major U.S. City (SFGate)
    • Bay Area's Small Biz Crisis (EastBayTimes)
    • Are Patrons Ready to Resume Indoor Services? (SFWeekly)
    • Dumb Cartoon about SMART Train (MarinIJ)
    • Commentary: Supes Still Blocking Housing (SFExaminer)

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