Bike Racks around the city of Newburyport, MA. What an incredibly good, sensible, obvious and downright fun proposal.
The Newburyport Parks Commission, the Seacoast Energy and Environmental Design Coalition (SEED) and Newburyport City Councilor Larry McCavitt together are working towards this goal. Good grief this really works for me.
This triumvirate hopes to cut down on pollution and help the environment in an effort to “encourage residents to bike rather than drive,” (Newburyport Daily News, January 8, 2006, by Stephen Tait) as well as help on the downtown parking dilemma.
According to the article in the Newburyport Daily News, SEED is seeking “donations from local businesses to support the effort and get more people downtown.” And the Newburyport Department of Public Works will help install the bike racks no less. This just gets better and better. And none of this is going to cost the City of Newburyport, MA a cent. How can we not love this.
And the “styles range from modern and streamlined to more historic-looking racks.” Sounds unbelievably well thought out.
Congratulations to City Councilor Larry McCavitt, SEED and of course the well love Newburyport Parks Commission.
It is a delight to see such a comprehensive and well thought out proposal that is such an incredibly “win-win” solution.