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Leo Suarez
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Leo Suarez 16h
Downtown Raleigh poised for post-pandemic resurgence, panel says via
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Bill King Sep 16
Hey, registration closes at 5pm today for tomorrow's State of Downtown sponosred by . We have stats, data, panels and videos about downtown's future and resilience. It's free and virtual. And our 2020 report will be unveiled then.
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Leo Suarez Sep 16
Replying to @EricMajewicz
Weatherdome aerial maintenance perhaps?
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Leo Suarez Sep 16
Anyone else wondering why this plane is doing laps over downtown?
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Leo Suarez Sep 13
You could ride across both End Racism Now on-street murals on Davie St. (English and Spanish) The mural covering the Fayetteville St CVS is great! Also Iris Coffee Lab just opened in Glenwood South.
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RALtoday Sep 12
The reopens at 9 a.m. this morning after being closed for more than five months. The museum’s newest exhibit “Joseph Winters: The Music Maker” is now available to view, in addition to all permanent exhibits. 🎫
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Leo Suarez Sep 10
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Leo Suarez Sep 9
Commutes can be short. You may not like the times you have to get out there. 🙂
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Raleigh Transportation Sep 8
Construction on the Downtown North-South Greenway Connector starts today! 🚴‍♀️ The project will create separated bike lanes on northbound West Street and southbound Harrington Street and will connect Glenwood South and the Warehouse District. Learn more
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Leo Suarez Sep 9
Probably a temporary slow down as the market adjusts. Post health crisis, kids back in school, it's anyone guess. My money is on a return to the city.
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Leo Suarez Sep 7
A cheaper cage, like you mention, would be a viable proof of concept to find out. I think we have plenty of non-invasive locations to try it. 🙂
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Leo Suarez Sep 7
Is not having this a barrier to riding in to DTR? There's plenty of space that I think riders just kind of make it work. Happy to be proven wrong.
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Leo Suarez Sep 3
Replying to @ncstatecapitol
Will the metal fence surrounding the square be removed soon also? 😬
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Leo Suarez Sep 3
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David Meeker Sep 1
So awesome. is on this route and we can't wait to see how sales increase with more bikers going by our business. Just another example of how going green is good for the economy.
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Raleigh Transportation Sep 1
We are excited to announce that Construction is slated to start on Sept. 8, on our Downtown North-South Greenway Connector Project. Creating a bicycle link between Glenwood South and the Warehouse District.
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Leo Suarez Aug 30
Same. Jumped away from GoDaddy to Webfaction and then....😑
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Leo Suarez Aug 30
Replying to @pfunk2300000
Probably just perception as GS has the highest concentration of restaurants, doesn't take many to open to make it look busy. The core has a diverse business climate that, in addition, catered to DT workers, 80% of whom are WFH due to the virus, not protests.
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Leo Suarez Aug 30
Replying to @moderatepolicy
I can't confirm directly but typically the logic goes: If helicopter is heard: Protests are (mostly) True Else: Protests are False No helicopter last night. 😬
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Leo Suarez Aug 30
Raleigh is the capital city. Protests happen. For decades and we still have been growing and thriving. This pandemic is one in a century so I agree. Folks have it wrong.
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