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  • marensouders@mindspring.com
    Unfortunately I won t be able to make it tonight, but I d like to put in another plug for this lecture. I saw him several years ago and really enjoyed the
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 29, 2007
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      Unfortunately I won't be able to make it tonight, but I'd like to put in
      another plug for this lecture. I saw him several years ago and really enjoyed the
      presentation.

      ~Maren

      -----Original Message-----
      >From: earthscope <aaron@...>
      >Sent: Nov 29, 2007 10:33 AM
      >To: ExchangeCycleTours@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: [ExchangeCycleTours] Gordon Price lecture tonight
      >
      >Sorry this is a bit last-minute. But you might be interested in
      >hearing a talk by Gordon Price. He's a City Planner from Vancouver.
      >His previous talks have focused on what developments have made
      >Portland and Vancouver so much easier to get around in by
      >bus/ped/bike. He is very brilliant and has great information
      >
      >www.pricetags.ca/aboutme.html
      >
      >On Thursday November 29^th , 2007 Gordon Price will give a free
      >> presentation on the effective integration of transportation in
      >> high-density environments, with an emphasis on land use. Price is a
      >> former City of Vancouver, B.C. Councilor and current Simon Fraser
      >> University and University of British Columbia Professor who teaches,
      >> researches, and writes extensively on urban development and planning.
      >>
      >> What: Gordon Price Presentation
      >> When: Thursday, 11/29/2007. 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
      >> Where: Portland Building, 1120 SW 5^th Ave, 2^nd Floor Auditorium
      >> Cost: Free and Open to the Public
      >>
      >> Questions? Contact:
      >> Scott Cohen
      >> City of Portland, Office of Transportation
      >
      >
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