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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

If transit is good enough for the kids, why isn't it good enough for you?

If transit is good enough for the kids, why isn't it good enough for you?

This week's Market Squared confirms that the children are the future, and we can teach them better by doing stuff in the present
The confusing transit fare plan doesn't address core issues (again)

The confusing transit fare plan doesn't address core issues (again)

This week's Market Squared reviews how council, staff, and even the cIty's own advisory group keeps ignoring the problems
The brown M&Ms theory of governance

The brown M&Ms theory of governance

This week's Market Squared looks at why the details matter when it comes to how our council meetings are run
A parking plan for downtown needs to start with one goal

A parking plan for downtown needs to start with one goal

This week's Market Squared tackles the desperately different directions when it comes to managing parking in the core
Hey history nerds: Get your s#!* together!

Hey history nerds: Get your s#!* together!

This week's Market Squared is a message to heritage advocates that If you want to save local heritage, there's no time to lose
On housing, the anger is out there

On housing, the anger is out there

This week's Market Squared suggests that if you don't think the community is angry about the housing situation, you might be looking in the wrong places
We came. We saw. We pledged. Now what?

We came. We saw. We pledged. Now what?

This week's Market Squared assures you that if you think that council's housing pledge this week was a work of performance art, it is.
Is a bad week of driving stories a sign?

Is a bad week of driving stories a sign?

This week's Market Squared looks at how a week of different news segments tells the same story about our four-wheeled Achilles' Heel of modern life
The 'do we look stupid' challenge at planning meetings

The 'do we look stupid' challenge at planning meetings

This week's Market Squared will consider the games we all play in this dangerous new era of planning.
Some concerning trends emerging with operations campus

Some concerning trends emerging with operations campus

This week's Market Squared will look at the worrying signs that the city's new infrastructure project is walking a disappointingly familiar path