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Sigurd:Akin to watching a train wreck, it is hard not to watch a good Internet squabble: However, when the involved parties are advocacy group principals - in this case from California Bicycle Coalition (CBC), California Association of Bicycle Organizations (CABO) and San Diego County Bike Coalition (SDCBC) - it is clear that our advocacy groups, at least in part, due to relentless infighting and petty bickering can only blame themselves for failing to improve roadway safety.
William Ross Wallace (1819-1881)The Hand That Rocks The CradleIs The Hand That Rules The WorldBlessings on the hand of women!Angels guard its strength and grace.In the palace, cottage, hovel,Oh, no matter where the place;Would that never storms assailed it,Rainbows ever gently curled,For the hand that rocks the cradleIs the hand that rules the world.Infancy's the tender fountain,Power may with beauty flow,Mothers first to guide the streamlets,From them souls unresting grow—Grow on for the good or evil,Sunshine streamed or evil hurled,For the hand that rocks the cradleIs the hand that rules the world.Woman, how divine your mission,Here upon our natal sod;Keep—oh, keep the young heart openAlways to the breath of God!All true trophies of the agesAre from mother-love impearled,For the hand that rocks the cradleIs the hand that rules the world.Blessings on the hand of women!Fathers, sons, and daughters cry,And the sacred song is mingledWith the worship in the sky—Mingles where no tempest darkens,Rainbows evermore are hurled;For the hand that rocks the cradleIs the hand that rules the world.The above poem can be found in: Northrop, H.D. Beautiful Gems of Thought and Sentiment. Boston, MA: The Colins-Patten Co., 1890.
In October, Berkeley plans to build a two-way protected bike lane on Bancroft Way, between Dana Street and Fulton Street, connecting to Fulton’s new protected bike lane. The Bancroft Way project is a test in and of itself in advance of a summer 2017 repaving project. For nine months, Berkeley is allowing the public to try out the street redesign and will make it permanent, if successful, as part of next year’s repaving. For those who will still be bike commuting to UC Berkeley in 2018, in the works are four more protected bike lane projects.
The City is updating the community plan in order to help shape the future of Clairemont for the next 20 years. Working closely with the public, the City will update the plan with community-oriented solutions that respect the unique character and quality of Clairemont. Engage in interactive exercises to share your input for the future of Clairemont related to Land Use & Zoning, Mobility, and Parks.