Being as large as it is we are seldom approached by the city as a whole. We have provided services to the local council district and the neighborhood council as well as neighboring Santa Monica for community events, park(ing) day, and for political outreach but not for clean ups specifically.
On Jan 16, 2017, at 11:10, momoko saunders email@example.com wrote:
Do any of your cities engage you as community leaders to help coordinate neighborhood clean up days?
Bike collectives have the opportunity to be community and neighborhood centers. Should cities engage us to be more civically involved? Or is that for other non-profits or organization?
The first question is what I'd really like to know about. The second is more a philosophical, what is our mission?
Thanks for any responses -Momoko ____________________________________
The ThinkTank mailing List <a href="http://lists.bikecollectives.org/options.cgi/thethinktank-bikecollectives.org">Unsubscribe from this list</a>