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Robin Breault locks her bike to the new racks at Yoga Oasis, 202 E. Congress St., before her class. Since the studio is on a public right of way, on the sidewalk, the city installed the bike racks for free.
In its continuing efforts to become a more bike-friendly community, the city of Tucson will provide free bike racks to existing businesses.
Tucson Electric Power Co. and Pima Community College will use a $1.8 million federal grant to expand energy industry job training programs in Arizona.
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