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Carmen Gilmore replied to Paul Kearsley's discussion Collaborating with the TWOG
"Congratulations to the newly formed TWOG! I appreciate your work and initiative. Re: "What role does the TWOG have in Whatcom County?" Help Whatcom County achieve... 1) More and safer bike lanes. When people (especially parents with…"
Sep 9, 2010
Carmen Gilmore joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Apr 11, 2010
Carmen Gilmore joined David MacLeod's group
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Transition Whatcom "Work Group" Group

The initial hub for information sharing as we establish the Transition Whatcom Work Groups that will begin to develop at Day 2 of The Great Unleashing. All are welcome to join.See More
Apr 11, 2010
Carmen Gilmore is attending Kate Clark's event
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The Age of Stupid...an uncomfortable truth. at Fairhaven Firehouse

March 27, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
"We could have saved ourselves, but we didn't. It's amazing. What state of mind were we in, to face extinction and simply shrug it off?"A film about the future we could face if we don't make changes- and quickly. This one is not for the fainthearted, because the combination of documentary and a fictionalized "future" as told by the narrator carries double the impact of a purely factual film. That said, the message is conveyed creatively and clearly. Pete Postelwaite is entirely believable as…See More
Mar 16, 2010
Carmen Gilmore might attend David Waugh's event

Sustainable Transportation Meeting: Bikes and Infrastructure at 3310 Northwest Ave

December 13, 2009 from 7:30pm to 9:15pm
This will be the first meeting of the new Sustainable Transportation workgroup, and to start things off right, we will spend time meeting each other, making connections, and talking about one of the most obvious forms of sustainable transportation, the bike. We'll talk about what we all know and do as individuals, what some cities around the world have for infrastructure that makes inner city bike transport safer and more appealing to a wider range of people, and how we may be able to put…See More
Dec 10, 2009
Carmen Gilmore joined Travis Linds's group
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Transition Samish Neighborhood

Samish Neighborhood is the largest Bellingham neighborhood- 2,030 acres including Lake Padden Park. Close to 3,500 people live in this southern Bellingham neighborhood filled with large single-family lots, pastoral lands, trails and recreation areas.
Nov 10, 2009
Carmen Gilmore and Travis Linds are now friends
Nov 8, 2009
Carmen Gilmore is now a member of Transition Whatcom
Nov 3, 2009

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In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Samish neighborhood
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To be part of the group to help move Whatcom County toward reduced energy usage.

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