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Join us Monday Jan. 20 @7pm to help us make New Year's resolutions for Costa Mesa's streets



This month's meeting will be Monday, January 20, 2020 at 7pm at the Orange Coast College Ronnenberg Center for Sustainability. We'll be talking about our New Year's Resolutions: planning what we want to do to make Costa Mesa's streets better in 2020.


Everyone is welcome, and there is no admission charge. We'll start off with a summary of recent events in the city, then dive into discussing what we'd like to see happen in 2020, and how CMABS can help make that happen.


Bring a friend and plenty of ideas!


The Ronnenberg Center for Sustainability is at the northern end of the Adams parking lot of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA. The closest intersection is Adams and Pinecreek; the center is a small building between the Fitness Complex and softball field, just behind the Recycling Center. Parking is free for bikes, $3 for cars (there's a permit dispenser within walking distance of the building; the dispenser accepts $1 bills and coins only).



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Costa Mesa Alliance for Better Streets is a 501(c)(3) public charity located in Costa Mesa, California.