After 90-plus-degree days Wednesday and Thursday, 2015 has put considerable ink in the hot-weather record book.
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The mayor is blaming the media for the failure of part of his big housing and zoning plan. He should have let the sun shine in from the beginning.
“There's really only one rule you need to follow: treat everybody as if they are human instead of just an obstacle.”
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