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Yes on M: Transit is a Terrible Thing to Waste

Here's a grateful shoutout to ULI Los Angeles. As usual, at today's ULI Los Angeles Planning for Transit conference, I learned something new. Thanks to the panel featuring Ann Sewill of the California Community Foundation I am wiser about a 1980s era group called Not Yet New York. Grâce à Sewill's riff near the close of the session, and Wikipedia, I now know the NIMBY parent of the illegitimate Neighborhood Integrity Initiative (NII).
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