Don't Forget! Planning Meeting
Wednesday, December 4th, 7-9 PM
Belmont Public Library, Flett Room
Please join us for our final meeting of the year. Agenda items:
Click here for a Detailed Meeting Agenda *Available on Wednesday.
*If you are unable to make the meeting and are interested in the Solarize Belmont initiative, please follow the link above & complete the 2-question survey.
Short Presentation & Q's on Forming a Solarize Belmont Committee* (modelled after CEC programs) - McNeill
Analysis & Next Steps of Wellington Solar project - Kolterman/Thayer
Progress reports including, the Green Communities Application, MyEco, and Safe Routes to Schools Task Force & Related Pedestrian Issues - Members
Input for spring meetings & activities - Members
Health & Environment
Passionate on Pedestrian and Pedalcyclist* Issues?
You can join the The Friends of Belmont Community Path Google Group
: a group formed to communicate activities for and items of interest to supporters of the Belmont Community Path. The goals of the Friends of the Belmont Community Path will be to provide outreach to the community regarding the path, to deliver appropriate input to the Belmont Board of Selectmen regarding community support for the path, and ultimately to raise money for the path if it moves forward. You can also email the group (without joining): firstname.lastname@example.org
Bike enthusiasts can also converse at 'Bike Belmont' on Facebook
*Pedacyclists are riders of bicycles (two-wheel non-motorized cycles) and other cycles (tricycles and unicycles) powered solely by pedals. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
reports that in 2011, 69,000 pedestrians and 48,000 pedalcyclists were injured by motor vehicles.
is an all-volunteer organization that has regular discussions, workshops and presentations to enable the community to be environmentally sustainable.
Meetings and events are always open to the public.
Kind regards and mind your impact,
Kate Bowen, Chair
Darrell King, Co-Chair
John Kolterman, Adviser
In nature nothing exists alone.
— Rachel Carson