Two people worked on projects from last fall and early winter.
The City recognized Amador with the Distinguished Project Award.
From the Statesman:
Aguilar volunteered to translated a survey of walking and biking needs for Salem's Spanish-speaking residents. Working with the Enlace Community Club, Aguilar helped the city communicate with residents who would not have participated.Bill Holmstrom
The City recognized Bill with the Dorothy Patch Community and Educational Achievement Award.
Bill put together an educational video about sharrows in Salem.
Bill is a member of the Downtown Vision 2020 Bicycle and Pedestrian Workgroup, and regularly rides his bike around town. He produced this at CCTV.
The City also recognized Paul with the Vern Miller Key Citizen Award.
Again, from the Statesman:
Gehlar has represented downtown and West Salem initiatives and served in a volunteer capacity for the Downtown Advisory Board, West Salem Redevelopment Advisory Board, Vision 2020 Action Team and the Go Downtown Salem Board.The citation doesn't mention anything about walking or biking, but if you know Paul at all, you know he walks a lot, and that he's really interested in real multi-modal mobility downtown as well as ADA accessibility. Paul is also a significant business and property owner in Salem, works to bring partisans for business and livability together on common ground, and contributes philanthropically in many ways to the City.