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4 EASY STEPS TO SQUASH THE “THERE’S NO PARKING” ARGUMENT

May 13th, 2016

posted by Nathaniel Hood, via Strong Towns.   Here’s a way to respond to those who insist there is not enough parking in your town.  Although Mr. Hood carried out this exercise in St. Paul, the process can be replicated just about anywhere.  Here is the full article.

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