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  • If they have all this power is there any way to play them off against General Motors / Lyft or the other companies Secretary Pollock has been so busy receiving talking points from of late? I assume this is where our new transportation policy is originating and why you can no longer find GreenDOT on any pages newer than 2014. I’m very worried about the casual way people (in Globe or Commonwealth Magazine articles) will dust programs that are predicted to increase VMT with “Zero Emission Vehicle” pixie dust, as if electric vehicles can give us more than a 50% …

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  • A perennial question. The non-profit institutions are arguably protected constitutionally, and, in any event are very powerful politically taken all together — hospitals, universities, private schools, churches. No one has ever gotten very far with this.

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  • Why not push to have these exempt universities actually pay property tax on the land and use that money to fund transit solutions the neighborhood desperately needs?

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  • My 2 cents worth, How about another bus from Waltham, Belmont area express or limited stops to Alewife?

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Will Brownsberger
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