Save Open Space - Burlington: Justice at the King & Maple Crossroads

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Andrew Simon hosts Tony Redington, Pine Street Coalition; Vicky Smith, Director of King Street Center; and Mohamed Jafar, former Ward 5 City Council candidate and resident of the King/Maple neighborhood. They discuss the impacts that building a highway has on social needs as well as statistics of the Old North End's commutes and environmental justice.

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