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Dallas City Council Press Release

For Immediate Release
Oct. 10, 2018
 

Join City Councilmembers for Bike to City Hall Day on October 17

Dallas – Join Dallas City Councilmembers on Wednesday, Oct 17 for Bike to City Hall Day. Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Adam Medrano, Councilmember Scott Griggs, Councilmember Omar Narvaez and Councilmember Philip Kingston will meet at Main Street Garden Park (1902 Main Street) at 7:30 a.m.

They will proceed to bike to City Hall at 8:00 a.m. The route is Main Street west to Lamar Street south, to Young Street east, to Marilla Street southeast across Akard Street to City Hall Plaza.

The ride will conclude with a press event on the plaza. A special recognition will be given to the Circuit Trail Conservancy, a nonprofit dedicated to making Dallas more pedestrian friendly.

Who:               Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Adam Medrano, District 2
                        Councilmember Scott Griggs, District 1
                        Councilmember Omar Narvaez, District 6
                        Councilmember Philip Kingston, District 14
What:              Bike to City Hall Day
When:             Wednesday, Oct. 17
Where:            7:30 a.m. Meet at Main Street Garden Park (1902 Main Street)
                        8:00 a.m.  Ride out
                        8:30 a.m. Press event at Dallas City Hall Plaza

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