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Oct 09



What will the Lehigh Valley be like in   5 years… 10 years… 20 years? Bethlehem Downtown Public Meeting 10/09/2012 6:00 – 8:00 pm Liberty High School Join representatives from Renew LV, LVEDC, LVRC, and others for a short presentation about the Lehigh Valley.  Participate in a group discussion about the future of your community and the Lehigh …

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Sep 27

CAT Leadership Meeting – Monday, September 17, 2012

1337 E. 5th St (New CAR-FREE.ORG administrative office) Minutes Meeting began at 6:30PM In attendance: Treasurer, Anne Connors;  vice-President and Board Member, Roy Young; Advisory Committee Member Jennifer Swann, ; and League Cycling Instructor & CAT Member, J Dietrich Reisenberger; plus Director, Steve Schmitt. Office hours changed to 10:30AM-1:30PM Monday-Wednesday-Friday Secretary, Christin Hottenstein, and Director, …

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Aug 21

CAT Leadership Meeting – Monday, August 20, 2012


Minutes Meeting began at 6:30PM In attendance: Treasurer, Anne Conners;  President, Gary Madine;  vice-President, Roy Young;  Board Members, Charles Lyman & Brian Sherry; Advisory Committee Members,  Kevin Easterling & Jennifer Swann;  and League Cycling Instructor & CAT Member, J Dietrich Reisenberger; plus Director, Steve Schmitt. CAT Facilities Status Report 1337 E. 5th St (New CAR-FREE.ORG administrative office) In operation …

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Aug 10

Easton Adopt-a-Bus Stop Program First Year Report

Easton’s West Ward Neighborhood Partnership Adopt-a-Bus Stop Program The West Ward Neighborhood in Easton has 12 bus stops along Northampton Street from 6th to 15th Streets.  LANta intra-city buses run every half hour along the corridor.  Bus riders who live, work or shop in the West Ward wait every 30 minutes at these bus stops. …

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Aug 08

Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative Moves

We have moved the Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative to its new home inside the parking garage at Riverport in South Bethlehem. The address is 11 W. 2nd Street, 2nd Floor, Bethlehem, 18015.  We are now working to maintain our Bicycle Library, Bicycle Education Classes and general support services for cyclists on Thursday evenings and Saturdays, with …

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Aug 03


   FREE Monitored Bicycle Parking at Musikfest What a great way NOT to bring another car to Musikfest and avoid the problem of finding a place to park. Not only does CAT watch the bikes while you fest, but you get a free ice cold bottle of water and a North-South Shuttle Bus day-pass for …

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Aug 01

2012 Musikfest Bicycle Parking Volunteer Schedule

 2012 Volunteer Rosters for Musikfest Bicycle Parking Musikfest calls the bike parking “Pedalplatz”    Banana Island Bicycle Parking Lot Location                                   BANANA ISLAND VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 8/3/2012 8/4/2012 8/5/2012 8/6/2012 8/7/2012 8/8/2012 8/9/2012 8/10/2012 8/11/2012 8/12/2012 Coordinator  Steve Schmitt & Sylvia Wamsley  Steve Schmitt  Steve Schmitt …

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Jul 28

Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative eNews – Saturday July 28, 2012

WE ARE MOVING TO 11 W. 2nd STREET IN SOUTH BETHLEHEM TODAY! Please consider coming down to help. Can’t come down? Consider renewing your CAT Membership. Thank you Rick Wolff, Roberta Wolff, Scott Young and Roy Young for helping with the move today! Thank you David Rehrig for renewing your CAT membership. Thank you Martha …

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Jul 21

Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative eNews – Saturday July 21, 2012

Today we were visited by brothers Anas & Sahl who rode for hours around the basic skills course. The Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative (BBC) is open for members/guests Thursdays from 5-9pm and Saturdays from 8AM to 4PM. We are located at 14 West Raspberry in beautiful, downtown Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Read more about the Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative …

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Jul 21

Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative eNews – Thursday, July 19, 2012

  Most Thursdays we enjoy Love Your Local Trail activities on the Monocacy Way. At the request of the Historic Bethlehem Partnership we are trimming back the shrubs growing over the stairs between Burnside Plantation and the parking lot behind Martin Tower. This is in preparation for the fabulous Blueberry Festival. To have more fun …

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