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According to Mike Riley, Board Member for Friends of Bend, “We turned to Parsons and the 1000 Friends because of the good work they did to implement a progressive transportation vision and plan for the Portland area. What started with opposition to a controversial vision that served only cars a proposed western by pass highway around Portland turned into a transportation plan that emphasized all modes of transportation and paid attention to land use issues like mixed use development. Given their experience, we figured we could gain some new insight from them into our draft transportation system plan as well as the southern bridge controversy.
So many in the public eye have recognized the need to model what that means. Celebrities have documented their self distancing on social media with musician John Legend giving an at home concert live on Instagram. CNN eliminated its usual on set pileup of election coverage pundits and instead had an intimate panel spaced out around the table.
Photo by Dan Janisse /Windsor Star The Windsor Chapter of Therapeutic Paws of Canada organization visited the University of Windsor campus on Monday, November 28, 2016, to give students a bit of furry and friendly therapy. Students had a chance to spent some time with the trained dogs that regularly visit different locations looking to ease a little stress or just produce some warm fuzzy vibes. Hannah Walls spends some time with Lexi during the event.