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Re: To the staff, and Councilperson Rose Herrera---about the League of California Cities, Resolution Process. A letter of thank you, from Blair Beekman.

From: domainremoved <bob>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2016 10:26:03 -0700

> Dear League of California Cities, the city of San Jose, local
> government, Bay Area UASI, agencies, union groups, advocacy groups, media,
> and others,
> A heartfelt thank you, to the League of California Cities, and
> the city of San Jose, and how they may be starting, a more generalized
> process, in how to create awareness ideas, around bicycle and pedestrian
> fatalities, for the future of California cities, and communities.
> I am sorry, I have not written, this basic courtesy letter, to
> yourselves, sooner. But hopefully this letter, can be helpful, at this
> time, for the upcoming, U.S. presidential election cycle, and process. It
> is simply nice to think, that The League of California Cities, and the city
> of San Jose, are possibly beginning to understand, what may be, a more
> healthy and peaceful, local community process, for the future of this
> state, at this time.
> As part of, a more 'generalized process', at this point, your
> groups, may have some new ideas, in personal relationships, sharing,
> dialogue, and possibly, minimizing a need for technology. It is my hope,
> the ideas of accountability, and healthy, local democratic practices, can
> also be a part, in how to create a future, of community safety and
> harmony.
> I hope the League of California Cities, and hopefully, the city
> of San Jose, can continue a process, they have showed, a beginning interest
> in.
> Thank you again, for possibly starting, an important process for
> yourselves, in learning how to contribute, to a better future.
> Sincerely,
> Blair Beekman
Received on Fri Nov 04 2016 - 10:31:15 PDT

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