Meeting Agenda: April 14, 2016

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The HUB North Shore Committee holds regular meetings at 6:30pm - 8:30pm on the second Thursday of every month. Everybody is welcome. The meetings are at the North Vancouver City Library (14th/Lonsdale) in the Don Preston Boardroom (2nd floor).

  1. Introduction and Attendance (5 min)
  2. Minutes Review (5 min)
  3. Review and planning for upcoming events (25 min)
    • Gleneagles Bikefest Saturday, May 28 10am-1pm at the Gleneagles Community Centre\
    • MEC Bikefest Saturday, May 28 - Would anyone in the committee be interested in leading a slow/easy ride to teach people about safe commuting and safe city riding?
    • Canada Bike Day Monday, May 30 (Fiona Walsh)
    • Bike to Work Week - Obsession to sponsor?
    • May Discussion Additional Events: West Van Community Day (4 June), North Van Canada Day (1 July) and Lynn Valley Days (18 June)
  4. Bike Theft (Dianne)
  5. Tactical Contact List (Tony)
    • All bike shops
    • NSMBA, other bike groups
    • Differently abled
  6. Infrastructure Ride (Martyn and Tony)
  7. Proclamations for Bike to Work Week (Antje)
  8. Active Transportation Article - North Shore News (Heather)
  9. Call For Proposals: Adult Recreational Cycling (Road or Hybrid)from the North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission (http://www.nvrc.ca/about-us/documents/cycling_program_proposal.pdf)
  10. Municipalities
    • CNV Update (10 min Heather)
      • Delegation in October 2016
      • East Keith and Grand Boulevard
    • DNV Update (10 min Antje)
      • Lynn Valley Road bike lanes
      • Council workshop on AAA bike network / Kay Teschke
    • DWV Update (10 min Peter)
      • HUB letter on Keith Road Safety Improvements
      • Response from DWV on Spirit Trail Safety Improvements
      • Meeting with John Calimente on 26 April
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