GIS analyst Alan Kessler describes how the public can access planning maps online! #GISday #SalemOR pic.twitter.com/X8LbhgRDhJ
City Staff recently shared news that one of the projects they worked on was an update to the City map of bike lockers.
— Salem Planning (@Salem_Planning) November 20, 2014
|New City bike locker map
There are eight at the YMCA, but all of them are in use.
Right now the information probably isn't very useful. Who's looking for a bike locker in winter?! But we'll revisit it later in the spring!
Archive's High-Brow + Low-Brow Blend Promises Great Fun
And Other Openings Too
Archive's grand opening is today in the newly renovated McGilchrist and Roth building and they're offering treats of many kinds.
|Skeletonwitch + Pinot Noir? The Metallic Sommelier!
Our grand opening is tomorrow! Free brewed coffee 7am - 6pm. Happy hour 4pm - midnight. Stoked to serve you a drink! pic.twitter.com/vMTWFdOND5
— archivesalem (@archivesalem) December 4, 2014
Yup it's official Archive Coffee and Bar is open in downtown Salem pic.twitter.com/F5e3OSHqa4
Over on High Street there's Sip Wine and Bistro and Union Barrel. Lots of pleasant gathering spots in town, new for the holidays.
— Victor Panichkul (@TasteofOregon) December 4, 2014
With Table Five08, the Kitchen on Court Street, Gayle's Italian Market - there's a small but real wave of new food and beverage action downtown. The restaurant trade is brutal, and it's not likely that all of them will be around in a year or two. But we can hope! We can hope that this will inject new energy, draw new people, create new opportunities in downtown.
So whether you're enjoying holiday cheer, or need to drown your sorrows from bridge mania, check 'em out!