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Rosendahl: 'A New Attitude & New Culture of Road-Sharing'

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Although we nagged on Councilman Bill Rosendahl this morning, we had a candid chat with his office this morning afterwards. Things were overlooked and last night's meeting was not meant to be a secret, even if it was closed, they said.

In an e-mail update on the meeting, among other things, sent out this afternoon (posted in full below), Rosendahl starts off his message with quite a nice vision: "I’d like to update you on my efforts to promote a new attitude and a new culture of road-sharing in Los Angeles among motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians."

As for the community town hall, Rosendahl intends to hold it "shortly after Labor Day, in City Council Chambers or another central location," with the co-sponsorship of some other council colleagues, and broadcasted on Channel 35. Albeit a bit far off, it's a good start.