The Southern California Planning Congress Dinner featuring Alexis Lantz and Jordann Turner.

Speakers: Alexis Lantz (UCLA)
&

Jordann Turner (City of Los Angeles-City Planning Department)

This event will highlight the research conducted by Miss Lantz on cyclists in Los 
Angeles, examining their experience, motivation and preferences, and possible 
policy implications. Mr. Turner will then lead a discussion about the City of Los 
Angeles’ Bike Plan.

Meal Choices:

FIVE CHEESE TORTELLINI PIPÉRADE with charred sweet peppers, broccoli florets, purple basil and golden tomato fondue

STUFFED BREAST OF CHICKEN MILAN with butternut squash risotto, opal basil and spicy red pepper coulis

Price:

FREE for the first 10 students who rsvp

$30 for all other students

$40 for all others

RSVP by noon on Thursday, February 25th to ensure your meal.

First 10 students to RSVP will receive their meals for free.

Please pay by cash or check.


Location:

UCLA Faculty Center, 480 Charles Young Dr. East, Los Angeles, CA, 90095.

Driving and parking directions: http://facultycenter.ucla.edu/directions.htm

RSVP to Claudia Rodriguez-(818)374-5060 or by e-mail at scpcrsvp@msn.com

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