Monthly Board Meetings Moving to Mondays
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LCTA is an all-volunteer organization supporting the development of nature trails for recreation and commuting in Linn County, Iowa.
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The Mayors' Bicycle Ride is an 8 mile fun ride through central Cedar Rapids on Labor Day, Monday September 7, 2009 starting and ending at Ellis Park. An optional 2.5 mile ride is available. The Mayors' Bike Ride is sponsered by Linn Coutny Trails Association and the City of Cedar Rapids. All Mayors and city council members within Linn County are invited to participate to recognize the recreational bicycling opportunities within Linn County.
Registration for the Mayors' Bike Ride is from 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. on September 7 in the lower parking lot of Ellis Park (Ellis Blvd). Announcements and presention of the participating Linn County Mayors will be from 10:00 to 10:15. The ride will commence at 10:15. This is a fun ride, not a race.
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Relax, Renew, Recycle
“Nature Rocks – The Concert”
A GREEN Benefit for
The Indian Creek Nature Center & SPT Theatre Company
Sunday, June 21, 7-10 p.m.
· The outdoors on the summer solstice
· Authentic Mexican food by Tony Bata
· Chair massage by Massage Therapist Alex Collins
· A live music concert by SPT’s Doug Elliott, Gerard Estella, Janelle Lauer, Jane Pini and guest artist Dave Moore
· Educational displays
· Fun lessons about recycling by the Cedar Rapids/Linn County Solid Waste Agency – www.solidwasteagency.org
· Lawn chairs
· Food and beverages in recyclable containers
· Drive a hybrid car, carpool or bicycle
· Park your car at the Sac & Fox Trail and walk
Tickets are $25 for adults, children 16 and under are free.
Cedar Rapids/Linn County Solid Waste Agency
Habitat for Humanity Restore
Linn County Trails Association
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
1700 B Ave. NE
The City of
The trail will generally follow the old Railroad right-of-way from
The meeting will be an “open house” format from until , on
The public is encouraged to attend the meeting, so the City may have public input concerning project needs, and can obtain the neighborhood perspective.
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The first of these open houses was today and was well-attended, as reported by KCRG: http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/5327166.html. Plan to attend one of the remaining open houses if you can.