Call for Subcommittee Volunteers!

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The Culver City Bicycle Coalition is forming four subcommittees to more effectively accomplish our organizational, outreach and advocacy goals — and we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to chair these subcommittees, which are:

  • Rules of Governance (ROG) Subcommittee — rewrite our chapter Rules of Governance
  • Rebranding Subcommittee — develop a launch plan and other materials for our name change to Bike Culver City, which we plan to publicly launch in May 2016
  • Advocacy Subcommittee — organize our advocacy efforts around new developments, public works projects and other changes that affect safe, bike-friendly streets and/or the implementation of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
  • Centennial Subcommittee — coordinate our involvement in (and outreach around) Culver City’s upcoming Centennial Celebration

If you are interested in chairing one of these subcommittees, please email us at ccbicyclecoalition@gmail.com no later than Tuesday, March 1.

If you are interested in joining one of these subcommittees, please email us at ccbicyclecoalition@gmail.com, but note that this is not your only opportunity to join a subcommittee.

In an effort to meet a few deadlines and set a few itineraries, all subcommittees will be formed at our next public meeting, scheduled for March 8th, 2016. If you are unable to attend our next public meeting, don’t worry, you can still join a subcommittee and contribute to the changes that are taking place in Culver City.

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