Bring peds, bikes to Golden Gardens Dr.

That’s what anonymously posted fliers are touting at the construction site where flooding washed out a portion of the road last December. The organizer(s) suggest the drive be turned into a one-way road for traffic going downhill, with the uphill lane converted into a bike and pedestrian path. It’s being pitched as a way to enhance bicycle […]

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Follow the signs at the Locks

They’ve updated the interpretive signage explaining the workings of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and the salmon ladder. I’m a bit behind on this since they did it a little over a month ago — it’s been a while since my bike commute crossed the Locks. (Speaking of, there’s also new signs warning cyclists to walk their […]

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Like chocolate and need a job?

Theo Chocolate in Fremont is looking for a “high-energy person to work as a tour guide and retail staff member,” according to a sign taped in their window. The pay isn’t great, $10 an hour, but this part caught my eye: “an interest in sound environmental and socially responsible practices is desirable.” A staffer on […]

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