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10/4 Healthy Communities Forum with Prof. Allan Jacobs!

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  • Michele Beasley
    Description: Description: A_WORDIMAGEGreenbelt Alliance is pleased to present… GREAT STREETS~ Building healthy
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 19, 2012

    Description: Description: A_WORDIMAGEGreenbelt Alliance is pleased to present…

     

    GREAT STREETS~ Building healthy communities one block at a time

    With Professors Allan Jacobs and Elizabeth MacDonald

     

    In partnership with the Sierra Club, Loma Prieta Chapter as part of their ongoing Healthy Communities Forum

     

    Thursday, October 4, 2012

    5:30pm- refreshments and networking

    6pm-8pm- program

     

    Bascom Community Center and Library;

    Multipurpose Room, 1000 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose

     

    RSVP Now!

     

    JOIN US for the next Healthy Communities Forum to learn more about the world’s best streets, and the physical, designable characteristics that make them great from Allan Jacobs, Professor Emeritus of City & Regional Planning and Urban Design at UC Berkeley and Elizabeth MacDonald, Associate Professor of Urban Design at UC Berkeley. This is timely as San Jose is embarking on urban village planning and focusing on streets like West San Carlos, South Bascom and The Alameda. Streets are places for interaction, opportunity, celebration and commerce. When a street is designed well, the neighborhood thrives. Come learn and share your ideas about how San Jose can become a city with great streets for all!

     

    No charge, open to the public, refreshments provided

     

    Cheers,

    Michele

     

     

     

    Michele Beasley

    Senior Field Representative, South Bay

     

    Greenbelt Alliance
    1922 the Alameda, Suite 213 ● San Jose, CA 95126
    408-983-0856 ● mbeasley@...

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