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    Sidewalks + Snow = Danger

    ❄️❄️ Happy snow day! We hope everyone has had a safe and warm day indoors on this wintry day. As we've watched the snow come in we've been reminded of the crucial role that shoveled sidewalks play into keeping our neighbors and loved ones safe. Each day people throughout the state depend on sidewalks as a primary form of transportation - to school, work, and home. Without clear sidewalks, people can be left walking in unsafe and dangerous conditions. This is especially true for our neighbors who have disabilities or experience mobility challenges. Thank you to everyone who has kept their sidewalks safe and clear for every person's use! Share this to raise awareness of the importance of clear sidewalks and say thank you to everyone who spent time shoveling their sidewalk today. ❄️ ❄️
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    Remembering Rosa Parks

    Happy Birthday, Rosa Parks, born February 4th, 1913. Today we reflect on the importance of the moral leadership that Rosa demonstrated. The symbolism of a working woman riding public transportation who sparked a movement is not lost on us. We stand in awe and remembrance of this bright light. Her legacy should serve as a reminder of the importance of those willing to challenge the values of our community. It also illustrates the significance of public transit and calls us to build comprehensive and equitable public transit services for our modern era.
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