Several dozen city officials, police representatives, leaders of local cultural groups and others have been attending meetings to discuss what the city and local organizations can do, especially as tensions grow along with the economic crisis. At Wednesday's meeting, they brainstormed ideas and a representative from the anti-hate Not In Our Town public television project proposed using Mountain View as a "model community" for cities nationwide as it begins a fight against intolerance.
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