Times Up is an all volunteer organization dedicated to creating more bike infastructure and educating people about enviornmental issues effecting the diverse community of New York. They are a 5013c non profit organization that have exsisted for 18 years and are now residing in a great space at 49 East Houston. Time's up also sells used bikes to the community as a way of getting more people on bikes at an affordable price. Times up is losing a bit of space next door in a lot where they have stored bikes for repair and bikes to be sold. Now is the time to buy a bike. Come by to 49 East Houston St. and get involved and take a look at these bikes. This message comes from Matthew Roth: Hi Friends, I hope you're well. I'm not sure if I've mentioned itdirectly to you, but since January I've been workingfor Norman Siegel, civil rights lawyer and formerdirector of the New York Civil Liberties Union, aDemocrat who is running to become the Public Advocatefor New York City. Because of Norman's record andstrength on issues, the race is much closer thanexpected, and a true progressive has the chance tounseat a wealthy, do-nothing incumbent. Please see the issues here: norman2005 We are seeking volunteers and paid activists to staffover 700 priority polling sites throughout the city onSeptember 13th, Primary day. This last connectionwith voters before they cast their ballots often makesthe difference in close elections. We hope you candevote your day, in whole or in part, to bringing astrong new voice to city politics. All election day workers must attend a shortorientation at the scheduled times below. Please spread the news as widely as possible. Thankyou very much in advance, and I hope you can make itout on September 13th! To sign up, contact Bill Batson at 212.686.3911batson27@hotmail.com Please see the attachment for more details. Orientations: Manhattan Midtown:Headquarters260 Madison Ave. 2nd Floor(38th/39th Streets)Tuesday-Thursday, September 6-8th7 pm Downtown:District Council 37Rooms 1 and 2125 Barclay St.(between Greenwich and Westside Hwy.)A/C/1/2/3 to Chambers StreetSaturday, September 10th.1 pm Brooklyn:761 Washington Ave(St. Johns/Sterling)2/3 to Eastern Pkwy/Brooklyn MuseumThursday, September 1stTuesday, September 6thWednesday, September 7th7 pm Queens:72-32 Broadway, Suite 402Near Roosevelt Ave7,E,F,G,R,V to Roosevelt Ave.Wednesday, September 7th7 pm Bronx:Location, TBDThursday, September 8th7 pm