From the Glendale Safe and Healthy Streets website:
The second in a series of five Community Meetings for the Safe & Healthy Streets Plan will be held on Wednesday October 21, 2009 in the Brand Library Recital Hall, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. The focus of this meeting will be on “Issues in Your Neighborhood” related to walking or biking. This meeting will primarily be about central and northwest Glendale (north of the 134 freeway and south of Sparr Heights), but comments about other parts of the city will be welcome. Anyone who lives or works in Glendale is encouraged to attend. You don’t have to be an avid cyclist or pedestrian. In fact, we also encourage those who would like to walk or bike in Glendale more, but who don’t for various reasons. Please invite your friends, family, or co-workers to join you. The information provided by the public about their experiences will help develop the Safe and Healthy Streets Plan, a set of bicycle and pedestrian policy recommendations for the City to adopt.
Our streets have a very bad reputation, Chitlins. Let’s band together to make Glendale safe for all.