A workshop by the Sustainable Bethlehem initiative will talk about the town's progress with making Bethlehem more bike and pedestrian friendly while reducing fossil fuels.
continued “It’s great to have this effort to bring together both existing efforts and new activities such as doing a greenhouse gas emissions inventory and reducing on those emissions over time,” said Supervisor John Clarkson.
According to Clarkson, the issue of having safe areas to walk, run and bike is important to many of the town’s residents and is a worthy subject when looking to sustainability in the town.
The town’s newest bike pilot project will be presented at the workshop, as well as the recent work done by the PaTHs 4 Bethlehem Committee. The presentation will discuss how the program contributes to the town’s sustainability initiatives.
Workshop participants will be able to give responses at the meeting through a keypad-polling tool. Leslie said this would provide the committee and town officials with immediate feedback to questions they might ask of residents.
The meeting will be held at Town Hall on Monday, March 12 at 7 p.m.