Santa Monica Spokes Organizational Meeting

Santa Monica Spoke, the local chapter of the bicycle advocacy group LACBC is
hosting the first of it’s monthly meetings this coming Wednesday, June 16th at
502 Colorado Ave., 6:30pm to solicit input and involvement from the community
for improving Santa Monica Streets for bicycles and pedestrians.

Our web site – smspoke.org

link to blog post:
http://santamonicaspoke.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/santa-monica-spoke-meeting-wednesday-june-16th-630pm/

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