Thursday, November 6, 2008

Next Meeting is Tuesday the 11th, Centenary Square, 6 p.m.

We'll hold our next meeting on Tuesday (the 11th), at 6:00 p.m. at Centenary Square. We'll talk about the expertise coming in December from the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program provided by the National Park Service, and how we want to use it.

We'll also talk local initiatives we can move forward on right away, such as getting streets repainted for bike lanes. The video Maurice pointed us to in the post below sure is thought provoking in terms of things we could do. (Moving the parked cars out towards the center so the bike lane is totally protected from traffic was quite a sight. How luxurious!)

A couple of strategic, organizational moves we'll continue to discuss will be linking ourselves to Centenary's Civic Engagement Center, as well as asking NLCOG (Northwest Louisiana Council of Governments) to be our convener and government laison for our work on the bike-ped transportation network.

Enter Centenary Square across from George's Grill on Kings Highway from the back parking lot. You won't miss room 206, it's right down the hall.

Hope to see you there!

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