Over at Just Walk, about a month ago they posted about October 5th's Walk+Bike to School Day.
In light of our autoism, the response was not wholly surprising: Crickets.
The only response was from the Sponsor, the former Bicycle Transportation Alliance. The Just Walk members did not find it interesting or engaging, it seems.
The event hasn't picked up traction elsewhere, and most are passing by it in silence.
Registering is simple. Sign your school up for Walk+Bike to School Day here. After you register, you can order fun, free incentives to motivate your student body to walk, bike, or scoot to school. All Oregon schools registered for Walk+Bike to School Day are eligible to receive $40 worth of free incentives. Order your prizes here.Salem-Keizer schools that are registered:
- Forest Ridge
Strong Towns Curbside Chat
|Via Salem Community Vision|
|City of Salem|
The Housing Choices Advisory Committee will meet on Wednesday, October 5, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m., at Pringle Hall (606 Church Street) to talk about accessory dwelling units (ADUs), which are also known as mother-in-law apartments or granny flats. This meeting is open to the public. The purpose of the meeting is to receive guidance from the committee on ADUs and how they could be regulated in Salem, as well as explain ADUs and how other cities regulate them.A conversation about ADUs will be different if you have heard the financial critique of the "growth ponzi scheme."
Input will be used to help develop a proposed code amendment to allow ADUs in Salem. This work is the first step of a multi-year work plan to address Salem’s projected land shortage for multifamily housing. The projected 207-acre deficit was identified in the Salem Housing Needs Analysis, which was accepted by the City Council in February. For more information, contact Eunice Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-540-2308.
|From two years ago - finally a meeting|
Survey for City Website
|From a City correction|