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Tonight: Speak Up for Safer Cycling on Kent Ave

If you live in Williamsburg or Greenpoint, you can't miss this community board action. DOT will present its revised plan for Kent Avenue tonight to Brooklyn CB1. Public support for the proposed two-way protected bike path will be critical, and if you sign up by 6:15 p.m., you can speak in favor of an improvement that will make cyclists safer and establish the footprint of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway.

Here are the meeting details courtesy of TA, who reminds everyone to keep the speeches short and sweet:

DOT Presentation on Kent AvenueTuesday, June 9thSign up to speak by 6:15 pmSwinging 60s Senior Citizens Center211 Ainslie Street (Corner of Manhattan Avenue) Brooklyn

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