Chuck and Rachel recap recent events in Ashland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Northampton, Massachusetts. They also discuss upcoming events in Dallas, Texas and Monterey, California, plus a Strong Towns staff and board retreat. Finally, they check in about their holiday baking plans.
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On this episode, Strong Towns contributor Daniel Herriges discusses his ongoing series about gentrification.
A woman was killed on this street and no one seems to care.
Leaders across the country are taking a stand.
Plus, introducing the newest member of Chuck's family...
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