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7 responses to “Cascade Bicycle Club Shakeup: What’s up with David Hiller?”

  1. Eric Shalit

    Paul:

    Thanks for tackling this. It’s still very early and I’m hoping more info will shake out soon. Can’t wait for more followup info.

  2. CascadeMember

    Thanks for trying to get to the bottom of this! Dave Hiller’s done great things and I hope he stays with the organization.

    Whatever is the meaning of the phrase: “Cascade would back off its roll-up-the-shirtsleeves approach to political organizing”?

  3. scotto (Cascade Member)

    “If Hiller were to leave Cascade, we doubt he would fade into the woodwork.”

    However, the Cascade Bike Club WOULD fade into the woodwork, making it not interesting enough to support.

  4. Good Riddance

    Turns out that David Hiller’s scorched earth bullying may have just cost him his job. CBC will be better off without him.

  5. Counterbalance

    David Hiller and Chuck Ayers are Seattle heroes! These folks advocated for MY cycling community tirelessly and with tremendous results. I don’t want to be party to a polite minority group; I want to be part of a transportation and city planning renaissance! Furthermore, I love it that Dave is personally invested, emotional and passionate about the car v. bicycle deaths that we have gnashed over for years. I agree; A motorist should be scared to death to injure a cyclist. Behind you all the way Chuck & Dave.

  6. Stan

    News goes from bad to worse… First Chuck then David. I’m personally casting my vote to oust the whole board then ending my ten years as a member with Cascade. I’ve always loved that Hiller’s been unyielding in his defense of what’s right for cyclist. I’ve spent enough time in Olympia to see all the pandering lobbyist and unless your wallet is huge you get no where that way. I want an advocacy director that advocates for us not buckles under at the slightest resistance. Say goodbye to all the progress we’ve seen over the last 7 years. Obviously our board wants to make it easier to drive in Seattle, who cares if bikers die as long as our name doesn’t appear in the paper too much.

    Chuck and David best of luck in all future endeavors! We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the great work you’ve done!!

  7. Todd

    Paul – you called well back in October now that Dave has joined the mayors office

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