From Kate Jentoft-Herr <[email protected]>
Subject ICYMI: Upcoming events, looking ahead to 2023 & a special holiday treat
Date December 21, 2022 9:05 PM
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Hi there,
Season's greetings!
Thank you so much for being part of the GGWash community this year. As 2022 winds down, we've got one last ask: we need to raise $10,000 by December 31 [[link removed]] to enter the new year strong. If you haven't already, please donate today [[link removed]] to help shape a Washington region where housing is abundant and affordable, it’s easy and safe to get around without a car, and land use decisions center racial, economic, and environmental justice.
Thank you so much for reading -- and turning out again and again in 2022. It has been a joy to meet so many of you at our events around the region. Happy New Year!
All the best,
Upcoming Events
Shape the conversation at TransportationCamp DC [[link removed]]
Saturday, January 7, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Whether you’re interested in lowering transportation emissions, boosting equity, improving safety, or exploring something else entirely, start the year off right by joining the fun at TransportationCamp DC, an annual “unconference” where experts and non-experts alike lead conversations on the transportation topics that matter most to them. This year you can attend online or in person at George Mason University’s Arlington campus.
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Get Involved
Help improve the pedestrian experience in Downtown DC [[link removed]]
The DowntownDC BID is working to create safe and dynamic walking spaces in downtown DC. The experiences and priorities of the local community are crucial to the success of this study, and the BID wants to hear from you. Take this survey by January 2 to help key decision makers understand where and when you walk downtown, what challenges you encounter, and what improvements you'd like to see made.
B ecome a Breakfast Links Curator (alternate) [[link removed]]
Our Breakfast Links Curators kickstart each day at GGWash, working with our editors to select six to 10 engaging stories that provide a snapshot of recent local urbanist news. We've filled all of our regular breakfast links slots, and now we're looking for alternates! If you want to help us out but can't commit to a regular weekly shift, this is your moment.
[link removed] [[link removed]] What a year! Check out GGWash's highlights from 2022 [[link removed]]
In a big year for housing, land use, transportation, and the political environment in which these issues are decided, GGWash looks back at highlights from 2022 and sets its sights on 2023.
[[link removed]] A look at GGWash’s 2023 budget forecast – and how you can help [[link removed]]
GGWash is forecasting a balanced budget in 2023 – with your help. Learn where our revenue comes from, and how we plan to spend it to advance our vision for the Washington region.
[link removed] [[link removed]] The holiday bus poem you didn't know you needed [[link removed]]
Originally published in 2019 by GGWash supporter Andrew Lindemann Malone; this transit-oriented take on "'A visit from St Nicholas/ 'twas the night before Christmas" is guaranteed to make you smile.
[[link removed]] Thank you so much for all you do for our region!
All the best,
Kate Jentoft-Herr
Engagement Manager
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