If you live or ride in Ventura, you want to check the City of Ventura’s Master Bike Plan to make sure YOUR cycling needs will be met and your concerns addressed!
If you want your pet project in this 5 year plan – Make sure you check that it’s there!! This has been years in the making and important elements have been overlooked. Unless we bring them up, they will be ignored.
Here’s the main bike page: http://www.cityofventura.net/pw/transportation
Here’s the plan:
Please review it and prepare comments. You can email your comments or bring them to the Bike Union meeting tomorrow, Weds. January 26 at 7pm 345 W. Center St., Ventura (Rachel, Albert, and Matt’s house).
“Please go over the plan BEFORE the meeting. Email me any requests/changes BEFORE the meeting. Be sure to be SUPER clear so I/They don’t get confused,” says Rachel Morris, VCCool Executive Director www.vccool.org office (805)648-1267 cell (805)258-9369
VCCool is a Ventura County global warming action group. Our mission is to engage all people of Ventura County in promoting a healthy climate.
Two great wine events tonight, Thurs. 12/10/09 on the West end of Main Street, Ventura: a wine tasting to celebrate VCCool’s new 501c3 status from 6-7pm at J’s Tapas 204 E. Main and a wine tasting and buy extravaganza from 6:30-9pm at Jonathan’s at Peirano’s. The food is fabulous, the atmosphere cozy, and both are conveniently located right next to each other and across from the San Buenaventura Mission in downtown.
First up: As the eyes of the World turn towards Copenhagen, Denmark and how our Global Community will address Climate Change, VCCool invites you to share an evening with us here at home. As a non-profit in Ventura that specifically addresses the issue at a local level, VCCool needs your support.
Join in conversation about building a sustainable future together during a lovely evening of wine, food, and friendship. This gathering is a free event with the purpose of raising funds, and nurturing friends and supporters as VCCool celebrates acheiving its 501c3 non-profit status as well as an amazing history of local action. The event also offers a sneak-preview of some exciting plans for 2010 as well. Bring your checkbook and make a powerful stand for climate protection by supporting a local organization that is working hard on climate action almost every day of the year.
Next: Get amazing wines at amazing wholesale prices, at the Annual Taste and Buy Event, Thursday December 10th 6:30-9pm at Jonathan’s. Taste over 30 wines from many of the best regions for only $10. RSVP today by calling 805-648-4853!
Be sure to say hi–I’ll be the one passing out Santacon Ride flyers (12/20 at 12:30pm) and Tweed Ride flyers (2/5 at 5:30pm). If it’s not raining, check out my pink bikergo locked up outside. Ask me and I’ll let you take it out for a spin!