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Tim Wright

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Professional Engineer for Verdunity, a planning and engineering firm devoted to cultiving strong communities. Since moving to Shreveport in 2015, he's been using writing, civic engagement, and collaboration to improve his city. Tim is the director of Re:Form Shreveport, which exists to create and advocate for more people-friendly and resilient places in Shreveport's core. Check it out: @reformshreveport (FB, IG), @reformshreve (Twitter), reformshreveport.com

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