We’re now about twenty hours from the polls opening.
Last chance to send out the word–VOTE YES on the Silver Line Millage!
Please call, e-mail or visit your neighbors! The election will be put in the balance tomorrow and we need your help to weigh down the Silver Line side of the scales!
Speaking of balance, there was a balanced article in the Grand Rapids Press on Sunday about the election. However, their balance focused on the pros and cons of the Silver Line. They failed to mention that the Friends of Transit website lists over 400 hundred endorsing organizations and individuals compared to the one person’s name (yes, there’s only one person listed) on the so-called “opponent’s” website.
We know there are hundreds of people who have said they will support the Silver Line. We know that tens of thousands have received mailings and phone calls and e-mails educating them and encouraging a YES VOTE.
But we need your help in these final hours to do all you can to tip the balance in favor of the Silver Line! All of these efforts are for naught if we do not get the YES VOTE out tomorrow.
Of course, remember to vote tomorrow if you live in East Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids, Grandville, Kentwood, Walker or Wyoming!
All for today.
P.S. Almost last calls for these two:
(1) The Business Case for Employing Persons with Disabilities
West Michigan is presenting a creative approach for organizations who are seeking to improve productivity in these economic times. Three national companies (Walgreens, Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center) will present keynotes on their business models and how they utilized creative employment to achieve productivity goals through the employment of persons with disabilities. Skot Welch, Global Bridgebuilders, will address the business case for the employment of persons with disabilities.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
8:30 am to 3:30 pm
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Reception
Crossroads Banquets & Conference Center
(Next to the Holiday Inn Express)
6569 Clay Ave. SW,
Grand Rapids MI 49548
(2) MAYOR’S BIKE RIDE
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
John Ball Park – West Fulton, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
6:00pm – .8 mile family ride around the park
6:30 pm – 4.8 mile group ride downtown and back
· bike polo scrimmage by the WWMBA
· bike safety and maintenance presentations
· BMX racetrack representatives
· Rapid Wheelmen Bicycle club
· bicycle licensing and fire safety
For more information call 456-3168