Annual meeting is March 14; here’s what to expect

You’re invited to attend the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance’s annual meeting at 7 p.m. on March 14 at the West Windsor library.

Our guest speaker will be Charles Tennyson, director of transportation and parking services at Princeton University. This is an opportunity to learn about Princeton University’s new Meadows Campus (previously known as the Lake Campus) off Washington Road, how you can use the university’s TigerTransit system and more. There will be time for questions.

The meeting also will include a discussion of the WWBPA’s goals for 2024 and the election of board members to three-year terms. Trustees Jerry Foster, Dave Kimmel and Silvia Ascarelli are seeking re-election. Amber Henrie Meyerson is seeking election to the seat being vacated by Sandra Shapiro.

Only those who have paid for a 2024 membership are eligible to vote. You can join here.


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