Can't make it to tonight's Mayoral Candidates Forum on Active Transportation? Check out the webcast!
Feb 6, 2012 by Erik G Olson
This is yet another reminder to come check out tonight's event, Local Motion: Portland Mayoral Candidates Discuss Active Transportation, beginning in just a few hours at 7 PM (doors at 6:15) in the Main Auditorium at Lincoln Hall here on the PSU campus:
What: A Portland Mayoral Candidates Forum on Active Transportation
Who: Mayoral Candidates: Eileen Brady, Charlie Hales, and Jefferson Smith. Emcees: Lawrence Wallack, Dean of Portland State University’s College of Urban and Public Affairs and Sarah Mirk, Portland Mercury Reporter
Where: Lincoln Hall (Main Auditorium), Portland State University, 1620 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97201
When: Monday, February 6. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for light refreshments. Forum from 7-8:30 p.m., followed by reception with the candidates from 8:30-9 p.m.
Sponsors: Presented by PSU Planning Club. Co-sponsored by the PSU Environmental Club, 1000 Friends of Oregon, Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Coalition for a Livable Future, Community Cycling Center, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, Ride Connection, Upstream Public Health, and the Willamette Pedestrian Coalition.
Of course we realize that many of you are overwhelmed with work and/or school, and might not be able to attend the event. Luckily, the bicycle advocates at CrankMyChain.com are helping out by including tonight's forum in their nightly webcast. According to their newsletter:
#BikeCheck will fire up early tonight around 6PM so we can have special coverage of the Mayoral Candidates forum. We then plan on doing the 9-10pm show from Salmon St. Springs (with Marquam and Hawthorne bridges in the back ground) (unless we come up with a better idea).
So if you have access to the web during the times the forum will take place, feel free to tune in (http://www.crankmychain.com/articles/read-bikecheck-live-webcast-m-th-9pm_63.html) and multitask while you tackle whatever else you might be doing that is preventing you from attending. Many thanks to #BikeCheck for helping out with all this.
We hope to see you at the event tonight, and if not we hope you will be seeing us on the web!
The Planning Club,