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Brooklyn Centre has been chosen by NOACA as the site for one of four workshops in 2008 conducted by the National Center for Biking and Walking (NCBW). NCBW will be conducting the four- hour workshop that will identify real-world problems and hands-on solutions for making our community a more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly place.
The workshop will include a powerpoint presentation, a walk through the neighborhood, breakout sessions, and a “next steps” action plan.
The workshop is free, and the public is invited to participate, but seats are limited. Please contact Rudy Hauret and Gloria Ferris, coordinators for this event sponsored by Brooklyn Centre Community Association.
There are a few slots left so if you have the free time during the middle of the day, go to upcoming for the details.
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