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Debby S commented on Scot Key's blog post Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More
"Thanks for the tip, OnceBTS! I've never visited either place, this morning might be a good time to do that :)"
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once banned twice shy commented on Scot Key's blog post Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More
"Debby, if you feel like having a good walk, start at Tingley and go south to just past Cesar Chavez, where you'll come to the Hispanic Cultural Center and Pop Fiz, where you can get a delicious paleta."
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Condor commented on Scot Key's blog post Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More
"Wonderful article and a GREAT suggestion!  I bicycle up and down the length of the Bosque Trail (and connectors), and have seen usage go up and up over the past 20 years.  Connecting the southern end to the UNM area via the South Diversion…"
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Debby S commented on Scot Key's blog post Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More
"That's a lot of path to walk as it is! I usually just walk in the Bosque area west of Tingley Beach (which the maps do not show), visiting the two ponds there, birdwatching, then maybe a little south, or as far north as the Central…"
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Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More

Site of, hopefully, future notch of South Diversion Channel Trail at Rio BravoChances are you were one of the throng riding, rolling, running or walking along one of our undeniable treasures, the Paseo del Bosque Trail yesterday. I'd say chances are good, because it sure seemed like 99.4% of all City residents were out on…See More
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Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More

Site of, hopefully, future notch of South Diversion Channel Trail at Rio BravoChances are you were one of the throng riding, rolling, running or walking along one of our undeniable treasures, the Paseo del Bosque Trail yesterday. I'd say chances are good, because it sure seemed like 99.4% of all City residents were out on…See More
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Michelle Meaders commented on Scot Key's blog post Two Stories About Walking Central Ave.: Yet Another ART Dust-up and another, "Invisible" Story
"I hear that 90 extra parking spaces will be at the Fairgrounds, near the Racino there.  Haven't looked into it.  That would be between San Pedro and Louisiana NE, North of Central. "
Mar 16
Scot Key commented on Sophie's blog post Morning Fix: Eight vetoes in two days
"And here is post which includes list, one generated by the author from all Small Starts, etc. grants not already having a signed "Full Funding Grant Agreement," the argument being that those not signed will never be signed, i.e.,…"
Mar 16
Scot Key commented on Sophie's blog post Morning Fix: Eight vetoes in two days
"Just FYI and all that, but I just saw a tweet including a list of transit projects supposedly to be cut in new Administration budget. Below is screenshot indicating "BRT" in ABQ to be cut. Still looking for more information/citation and…"
Mar 16

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Love the Bosque/Arroyo Trails? Let's Make More

Posted on March 20, 2017 at 10:30am 4 Comments

Site of, hopefully, future notch of South Diversion Channel Trail at Rio Bravo

Chances are you were one of the throng riding, rolling, running or walking along one of our undeniable treasures, the Paseo del Bosque Trail yesterday. I'd…

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Two Stories About Walking Central Ave.: Yet Another ART Dust-up and another, "Invisible" Story

Posted on March 13, 2017 at 10:40am 2 Comments

Implementing public policy is hard, but the team in charge of explaining implementation of Albuquerque Rapid Transit sure makes it seem far harder than it actually is. Today in its email blast "ART Updates," that team indirectly refers to the current kerfuffle over sidewalk width in Nob Hill via the…

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City of Albuquerque Pulls the Sidewalk Rug on Nob Hill: A Punk History

Posted on March 7, 2017 at 9:09am 8 Comments

Last late afternoon, evening and night's City Council meeting was truly one for the ages. At least five topics that could have "headlined" a typical meeting were all smashed together like the mosh pit at a Circle Jerks' show.

The result was a "concert" longer than any Bruce Springsteen gig.…

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Want More Depth in Your Democracy? Tonight's City Council Meeting on "ABC to Z"

Posted on March 6, 2017 at 10:42am 0 Comments

Are you sick and tired of political discourse revolving around 140-character tweets? Are you looking for more substance and complexity than "more money means we can win wars again" and such? 

Well, Duke City resident, your City Council is offering up all the substance, complexity and…

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