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  1. Nov 2018
    1. because it could be seen as outsiders imposing their values on an underprivileged neighborhood, and priming it for gentrification. "If you don't live in North Minneapolis, you don't have a say in what's going on," she said. "Stay out of it."

    2. Her interview with a realtor confirmed her belief that bike infrastructure (like the Midtown Greenway) causes the value of nearby properties to rise. She also talked to the board of Twin Cities Greenways, and consulted the work of Melissa Checker, who studies the appropriation of eco-friendly language by high-end developers.