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May 26, 2022


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Brian, Tom Andersen here. As one who has bicycled to every single council meeting since late 2014, who bikes anywhere in the city under 5 miles one way (unless I need to carry competing that will not fit in the milk carton on the back of my city bike), as the instigator of the Salem climate action plan and goals, as one who has repeatedly advocated for protected bike lanes ever since 2015 when I started on council, and as the one who seconded Councilor Stapleton's motion and spoke in strong support at the meeting; of course I want protected lanes to be part of the bond measure. I have been aware of and supported the Salem Bike Vision from its inception by Councilor Stapleton, Ian Davidson of Cherriots and others. Councilor Stapleton and her cohorts are doing an excellent job of advocating for this proposal and I am very hopeful that it will be included in the bond measure.

Tom, great to hear. Thanks for the response.

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