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Wenatchee Open House Has Cyclists' Attention

January 28, 2013

 

An open house to be held Wednesday in Wenatchee will talk about an improvement project on North Wenatchee

Avenue. It could also have special interest for downtown cyclists. Isaac Kaplan-Woolner spoke with

Wenatchee’s city engineer about the meeting.

 

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       Stay with us as we take an even more cycling-specific look at

that open house, when we talk with a bike advocate to get her perspective on the project.

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style="font-size: 14pt">       Wednesday’s open house meeting in Wenatchee

is about a project being undertaken on North Wenatchee Avenue. It could possibly include bike lanes, or otherwise

impact cyclists.

       But some in the cycling community have the impression that the meeting

will address the city’s master plan as it relates to bicycles. This is not the case. Still, advocates say

riders should definitely show up and show their support for the city’s project.

"margin: 0in 0in 0pt">       To set the record

straight on why cyclists should be interested in Wednesday’s meeting, and to talk more about her vision for

a more bicycle friendly valley, Isaac spoke with advocate Deb Miller.