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Re: Get on the Bus (Now With Free Food!)

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The mayor sends the following missive concerning the Tuesday-evening bus ride to Waco for the Texas Clean Air Cities Coalition's anti-coal-plant presentation:

I made an executive decision to waive the $10 bus fee to Waco this morning while I was talking about it on KVIL. Seems like we could get more students and families interested if it were free -- and in the spirit of Central Market's donation of food and drink for the ride, I will find the money to cover it. Hope to see everyone at 4:15 Tuesday at Reunion. Call us to reserve a seat. 214-670-4054.

Hey, wait. Free Central Market food? In. --Robert Wilonsky

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