LACBC Ride Figueroa Organizational Meeting

When: Tuesday, January 14; 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Where: Highland Park Recreation Center, Community Room – 6150 Piedmont Ave., Highland Park, 90042

Join the LACBC NELA Neighborhood Bike Ambassadors to discuss strategy and next steps in advocating for a N. Figueroa that is safe for all users of the road. We need people like you to get more involved in the process. Learn more about the NBAs here. See Facebook event.

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