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So, while you guys are arguing about who owns the streets, we'll offer one final highlight from this morning's ride to Dallas City Hall, courtesy Angela Hunt's Flickstream. "She was actually quite a trooper, because she's been sick," says Hunt of her fellow council member. "She didn't want to miss the ride, though." The District 13 council rep actually borrowed the bike to make the short trek from Union Station to City Hall. You'd never know it from this photo.

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