Saving and wisely utilizing the Eastside railroad is one of the most effective, least costly and least disruptive ways in which the Eastside can fight deteriorating air quality, global warming, traffic congestion, sprawl, habitat loss, and other environmental ills.
As part of Earth Week*, Eastside Rail Now! will hold a public meeting on Thursday, April 24 at the Bellevue Library to (1) review what has been accomplished to date and (2) discuss what we should do next to ensure that the full potential of the railroad and its unique right of way are utilized.
Among the topics of discussion will be:
Informal discussion begins at 6:30 p.m., and the main agenda will start at 7:00 p.m.
The library is located near at 1111 110th Avenue NE, west of the I-405 freeway in downtown Bellevue. It is just a few blocks north of the Bellevue Transit Center.
Everybody who is interested in helping to improve the Eastside's environment (as well as improve its transportation and increase the accountability of local and regional government) is invited to participate. We look forward to meeting you.
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