Urgent Quiet Zone Meeting Today

Posted on June 22, 2010 | by Denny Oh

Sorry for the late noticebut if you can and want to, theres a Quiet Zone meeting today, June 22, 2010 at 2pm.  The info below is from David Priver of CCDC.

Now is the time to Climb Aboard. Tuesday June 22 is the day City Council will address the Quiet Zone issue(File Attachment: QZFlyer.pdf (52 KB)).  The meeting is scheduled to start at 2pm but it is advisable to arrive early so that we may secure seats.  The meeting will be held at the City Administration Building, 202 C Street, 12th floor.  It appears that the Quiet Zone issue will be first on the docket, followed by the increase in the redevelopment cap, which may be quite contentious.  It is your committees sincere hope that the cap issue is acted upon favorably by the Council, as its failure would doom critically needed downtown improvements.  We hope people will stay at the City Council meeting after the Quiet Zone is finished to support this item as well.  Bring your friends and neighbors with you.

Your QZ committee is currently working on how we will put together a compelling sequence of presentations at the meeting. These will address the 4 major items considered germane:  (1) history,  (2) maintenance (to include the economic impact),  (3) safety, (4) quality of life.

We have 300 Buttons available for the Council Meeting on Tuesday, June 22 which will be handed out as you arrive.  If you already have a button please wear it to the Council Meeting.

Please do whatever you can to disseminate this message to anyone and everyone who is or should be committed to this powerfully important matter.  This is an opportunity for which we have been waiting a long time.  We must make every effort to see to it that it succeeds.

Also please find attached the Flyer for the Quiet Zone Meeting at City Hall.  Print it and disseminate it wherever you can legally.

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