Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger will attend this meeting of the Burlington Walk / Bike Council (BWBC) to provide information about how ballot items for the upcoming election impact walking and biking in Burlington, including how ballot items impact funding for the Walk Bike Master Plan. The Coalition for a Livable City will also present their viewpoint on ballot items 3 and 4. There will be ample time for questions and answers.
Join us for a Pop-Up Beer Hall event in the Burlington Town Center to sample some of your favorite local brews and learn about the proposed Town Center redevelopment project. The event will be held in the Burlington Town Center and will include three informational spaces, each with its own focus and refreshment table. Click here for more details.
A united call for more bike lanes on streets that matter for biking in 2017! Our city's leaders need to hear loud and clear that Burlingtonians want ACTION on major new bike lanes first thing in the spring. Join the call, and RSVP today!
Stay tuned for more details as the event date approaches.
On Saturday, November 19th the Energy Independent Vermont campaign is bringing together our friends, supporters, activists and allies from all over the state for a day-long Climate Solutions Summit in Burlington.
This event will serve as the kickoff for the next major stage in this campaign -- our push to convince our newly elected leaders in the Vermont State House move forward on the most effective policy tool we have to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create a clean, sustainable, local economy -- a price on carbon pollution.
We'll be bringing in a number of fantastic speakers from across Vermont and possibly beyond -- to give our campaign the tools and motivation we need to take things to the next level.
There will be a variety of workshops, brainstorming sessions and networking opportunities. So whether you're new to the campaign or a veteran who's looking to connect with other supporters and share your own ideas, this should be a great event.
And it's completely free! All you have to do to reserve a spot is register online.
We'll also be helping to organize carpools, so even if you're coming from far away - we'll figure out how to get you to Burlington and do it as efficiently as possible.