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Jake Mackenzie Elected Vice Chair of MTC

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission rounded out its leadership team on March 25 by unanimously electing Rohnert Park Councilmember Jake Mackenzie to serve as vice chair for the two-year term running through February 2017.

Mass Transit Magazine

Census: Bay Area leads state in population growth

The Bay Area is getting crowded fast.

Inside Bay Area

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California by any other name? 10 words to describe the Golden State http://t.co/shbBXD8WpG via @LATimes

27 Mar at 2:43 pm

In today's news headlines: Census: Bay Area leads state in population growth, http://t.co/2PK773Ra4E via @insidebayarea

27 Mar at 12:19 pm

#BayArea pop increased by about 100,000 (about 1.3 %) btw July 1, 2013, and July 1, 2014, via @uscensusbureau: http://t.co/K9crm2mDGH

27 Mar at 9:59 am


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Capturing Communities: Describing Your City or Town

March 20, 2015

How do you describe your Bay Area community to others? If you could only offer three adjectives to describe what you like about your town or city, what would they be? We want to hear from you! Add your adjectives and join the discussion on our online Plan Bay Area Open Forum.