Entries by Harrison Maddox


General Membership MeetingFebruary 7th at 6:30 p.m Oyster Bar, 3003 W. MarkhamLittle Rock  There is lots of news for bicyclists. Hear what has been happening of interest to bicyclists in Central Arkansas. Meet the new Little Rock bicycle-pedestrian coordinator, learn of the latest developments concerning bicycling in Central Arkansas, and find out about the new state-wide advocacy […]

Message from a past president

The ongoing debate about the proposed development in the Big Rock Quarry in North Little Rock has generated some amazing responses. Here’s one that Tom Ezell shared last night. Take a few minutes and give it a read. You’ll be glad you did:I got my start in advocacy about 20 years ago with battlefield preservation. […]

The Bluffs: to support or not?

As you’ve no doubt heard already, the City of North Little Rock is considering selling roughly 43 acres of city-owned land in the abandoned Big Rock Quarry, between the Arkansas River and Fort Roots / Pulaski Technical College. The BACA board met on Tuesday, August 14, to discuss a possible response, and during the spirited […]

Don’t let the past arbitrarily limit our future

A friend of mine on a local planning council here in central Arkansas forwarded me an email thread this afternoon that’s been growing over the past couple of days. Apparently, some forward-thinking people in the group are envisioning a re-imagined President Clinton Avenue that some day could serve as a safe, attractive, business-friendly transit and […]