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The long, costly road to repairs

Petaluma motorists have long bemoaned the poor quality of the city’s streets and the county roads leading into town.

Petaluma Argus Courier

The Giant Retirement Community That Explains Where Americans Are Moving

The Villages, Fla., an hour northwest of Orlando, may be the only retirement community that is also the center of its own census-designated statistical area.

New York Times

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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.