- Jack Cochrane
<img width="160" height="98" align="left" src="http://www.baltimorespokes.org/images/articles/20050817124530561_1.gif" alt="">Whether you're a motorist looking to drown your sorrows or a cyclist celebrating the rising cost of gas, a Chicago bar is introducing a promotion that will make everyone thirst for higher gas prices. The Handlebar, a bicycle themed bar and restaurant in Wicker Park is lowering beer prices as gas prices soar above $3 a gallon at the pump.
Diane Sinnott was stunned
JoAnn and Vance Dreher - They had been flabbergasted
"It's three times as much at home," - Israeli tour leader Giora Bernat
"I won't be able to afford this very much longer." - Jerry Hawkins
I found this on another list and I thought this was good so I thought I would share; from Bruce Rosar:
Those who operate heavy equipment (i.e., most motor vehicles) within the public ways pose an extraordinary danger to the person and property of others. Our government already keeps a watch on such people. If you feel that the government should keep a closer watch, please feel free to advocate for that.
A July 29, 2005 Baltimore Sun article details a partnership between Friends of Anne Arundel County and the Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Department to develop "Planet Walk." The large-scale public art installation will be complete in 2007. But for now, fans of art and trails can see the sun and Pluto - which towers 20 feet above the surface of the smooth, paved trail. Take a walk on the wild side...
Regional Transportation Board
BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY GROUP
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2005
- UPDATES FROM STATE AND LOCAL JURISDICTIONS
- WRAP ON WALKABLE WORKSHOP SERIES
- DISCUSSION ON TIP REVIEW
(Note posting of minuets is two months behind do to the approval process.)