I’d like to share with you one of my college admissions essays from when I was 18. An aside from transportation stuff: my father retired this weekend from a life (his whole life) as a worker, as a maintenance man, shy of the age of 71. With no high school education, immigrated from Nicaragua, and little English, he provided for me and my 2 brothers. In an era where we obsess with praying at the alter of the greatest “job creator,” I want to give an ode to the common man, my father. Well done! Even though you don’t read blogs…thank you, … Continue reading
AboutI'm Michael Rodriguez, AICP. I'm a transportation planner and economist; but more importantly, an urbanist. These are My thoughts on transportation, urbansism, and sometimes politics and miscellaneous stuff. Find my bio here.
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