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Bicycle advocate to discuss possible Westside 'legacy loop' at annual OWN town hall March 8

The Organization of Westside Neighbors 2017 town hall in the Buffalo Lodge included a presentation by Colorado Springs bicycle planner Kate Brady (far left). Local bicycle advocate Allen Beauchamp will talk at this year's town hall March 8 in the N3 Taphouse.
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Feb. 25, 2018
       A presentation on a possible bicycle-oriented “loop” on the Westside is on the agenda for the annual Organization of Westside Neighbors (OWN) town hall Thursday, March 8 at the N3 Taphouse, 817 W. Colorado Ave.
       The time range is 6 to 8 p.m. All Westsiders are invited.
       A downtown-area “legacy loop,” which uses existing streets and a trailhead built just east of the Fontanero/I-25 interchange, was established in recent years with support from the city. The scheduled meeting presenter is local bicycle advocate Allen Beauchamp.
       Started in the late 1970s, OWN is a group for residents in much of the 80904 and 80905 zipcodes.
       Also on the agenda is an election to fill three positions on the OWN board of directors and a presentation on “Neighbor Up Week” by the Council of Neighbors and Organizations (CONO) May 4-13 (see Westside Pioneer article at this link).

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