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Meagan Holman: On being a political mom

With a track record for engaging the community and working for change, the Bay View mother of four talks about her family and civic duty to enrich the lives of others. | Q&A Q: How did you become involved in doing volunteer work? A: I think that making my community a more just and fair place is in my DNA. I’ve always been at home in the nonprofit sector, and I can’t remember a time when the idea of poverty, in this land of so much, made sense to me. I want every family to have the choices and...

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All MCTS bus passes to go electronic on Leap Day

The move away from paper will make bus boarding more efficient and cut down on the use of paper, which is costly and less environmentally friendly. MCTS is leaping into a new era in 2016. After years of hard work upgrading technology on buses and online, and working with passengers on adopting the M•CARD, MCTS will phase out paper tickets, passes and transfers on Leap Day, February 29, 2016. Riders have been steadily adjusting to the expected change. According to a recent customer survey, less than 18% of MCTS riders use paper tickets and passes. MCTS Leap Day Transition...

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