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Glendale Votes on Honolulu Road Diet

9:37 AM PDT on June 18, 2012

The Glendale City Council will be reviewing an update regarding the proposed Honolulu Road Diet pilot project on Tuesday, June 19 at the regular City Council meeting, 6 pm at City Hall Council Chambers.  

If you support the Honolulu pilot project, please attend the Council meeting, submit a speaker card, and express your support. If you can't attend the meeting, please e-mail the City Council at citycouncil@ci.glendale.ca.us  Support from Glendale residents and businesses, especially those in Montrose, is key. The agenda and staff report for the June 19 meeting will be posted by Friday here.

For more information about the Honolulu project, you can read about it on the City's website here and on the Walk Bike Glendale website here.

Walk Bike Glendale has been gathering signatures from residents and businesses that support the Honolulu Road Diet. If you can help gather more signatures on Saturday June 16 or Sunday June 17, or if you'd like to sign the petition, please contact Walk Bike Glendale at walkbikeglendale@gmail.com

If you haven't already joined the Walk Bike Glendale e-mail list, you really should.Click here to join now!

 

 

This Safe & Healthy Streets e-newsletter is sent by the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition to support implementation of the Safe & Healthy Streets Plan, to improve conditions in Glendale for pedestrians and bicyclists, and to support the LACBC's Glendale chapter - Walk Bike Glendale.

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