Inner Sunset Park Neighbors Meeting

From SFBC:

If you live in the Inner Sunset, come to this regular monthly meeting to talk in depth about biking in the neighborhood and about upcoming projects on JFK Drive and Fell and Oak Streets. The SF Bicycle Coalition will also be sharing our Connecting the City vision and discussing opportunities to improve biking in the neighborhood. Email Neal@sfbike.org if you have any questions.

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