The City of Anaheim invites you to participate in the
Review of the Draft Bicycle Master Plan.
There will be five separate presentations
Tuesday, January 19, 2016, 4:30PM
City Hall, Council Chambers 200 S. Anaheim Blvd.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 7 PM
West Anaheim Youth Center 320 S Beach Blvd Anaheim, CA 92804
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at 7 PM
Downtown Community Center 250 E. Center St.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 7 PM
Ball Jr. High School 1500 W Ball Rd Anaheim, CA 92802
Thursday, January 21, 2016 at 7 PM
Canyon Hills Branch Library 400 S. Scout Trail
Or please see the website at:
Please forward this information to your colleagues and neighbors. If you have any questions, or to request this form in an alternate format or if you require a modification or accommodation to participate in this meeting, please call Pamela Gallera
(714) 765-4463 or TTY (714)765-5125 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.
and we’re probably the ONLY bicycle advocacy group in the US that get’s this kind of letter from a Veteran:
You make us proud.
Neil Storm Stphany, 24, was driving under the influence of heroin when he murdered a bicyclist in a hit-and-run crash in Newport Beach. He was found guilty by a jury of felony murder October 26. Yesterday he received the maximum– 15 years to life– for his crime.
Addict Stephany has been convicted of murder, his pickup was his weapon.
At approximately 5:00 p.m. on Oct 19 of last year, Stephany drove a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck, while under the influence of heroin, westbound on PCH in Newport Beach. Just east of Los Trancos he swerved into the bike lane and drove into the back of 30-year-old bicyclist Shaun Eagleson. He then continued into the guardrail and left the scene without stopping.
Witnesses called 911 to report Stephany’s as he drove away from the scene. Paramedics arrived and transported Eagleson to Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo where
he later died from his injuries.
Newport Beach Police located and arrested Stephany half an hour later near Newport Center Drive and East Coast Highway. He had a 2011 DUI conviction and in 2013 signed a statement at that time acknowledging that he could be charged with murder if he killed someone while driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Senior Deputy District Attorney Jennifer Walker successfully prosecuted this case.