14. For years the City’s plan to reduce GHG emissions from transportation has depended on efforts to move people out of single-occupancy vehicles into shared vehicles and buses, bicycles, and foot travel. It is increasingly being predicted that surface transportation will soon be dominated by self-driving, electric-powered vehicles owned by large organizations and rented to users on a ride-by-ride basis. Do you think this prediction will be fulfilled in the next 20 years? If yes, how should the City prepare for, and respond to this new transportation reality?
Mark
McIntyre
I enjoy living in a Bee Safe neighborhood. This program is a great example of developing a culture of awareness and action at a grass roots level. I would encourage OSMP to evaluate leasing (for free or for very small amounts) portions of appropriate eastern properties to bee keepers.
The City Forrester can play a stronger role in encouraging people to either let their ash trees go and replace them or use a non-neonicotinoid treatment for their trees.