The new G-Bike is out. Cost effective, without compromising on style, the bike is fully electric and can be used for 35 miles on a 4-6 hour charge, at a speed of 20 mph.
Adding immensely to its appeal is the fact that the bike requires no license, insurance or registration. Both models are available in seven standard color combinations, and the company also gives the customer the option of getting a custom color job.
The City model of the G-Bike looks like a motor scooter - it has an integrated footrest and a step-through frame.
The G-Bike City is a short distance commute vehicle that runs on electricity and has pedals that can be used when the battery runs out. The pedal-assist electric bike, which avoids costly insurance and registration, costs just $1499.99, and features a powerful 750W brushless hub motor.
The G-Bike City can be recharged in just 4-6 hours, after which it can operate for 35 miles with a top speed of 20mph.
U.S. Coast Guard Sector San Diego Distance: 0.6 miCompetitive Analysis 2710 N Harbor Dr San Diego, CA 92101
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The vision of the San Diego City Employees' Retirement System is to be an independent, leading edge, actuarially and financially sound and transparent pension plan, responsive to its participants, with excellence in governance, management, leadership and service, and a positively perceived and vital contributor to the community.
Storefront Improvement Program - City of San Diego Distance: 1.5 miCompetitive Analysis 1200 3rd Ave, Fl 14th San Diego, CA 92101
The Storefront Improvement Program (SIP) revitalizes building facades visible to customers, neighboring merchants, and residents. The City of San Diego provides design assistance and rebates to small business owners who wish to make a creative change to their storefronts.
City of San Diego - Business Finance Loan Program Distance: 1.5 miCompetitive Analysis Civic Center Plaza, 1200 3rd Ave, Ste 1400, MS 56D San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 236-6323
The San Diego Regional Revolving Loan Fund (SDRRLF) and Small Business Micro Revolving Loan Fund (SBMRLF) offer financial assistance to expanding small to mid-size business owners requiring capital, but are unable to meet the terms of traditional banks. Through careful screening of loan applicants and creative loan structuring, the "gap financing" program can get business owners closer to their goal by supplementing private financing of working capital, fixed machinery and equipment, soft costs and new or rehabilitated buildings. The SDRRLF area includes businesses in the Cities of San Diego and Chula Vista while the SBMRLF only includes businesses in the City of San Diego.
National Management Association-San Diego Chapter Distance: 1.5 miCompetitive Analysis 202 C St MS 9A San Diego, CA 92101
The National Management Association (NMA) is a professional leadership development association headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. The Association is a national, not-for-profit organization serving over 25,000 members nationwide. Through the chapter-based experience, NMA provides management and leadership development opportunities to help sponsoring organizations discover, develop, and showcase leadership talent. NMA's customers span the entire U.S. Most are from over 120 affiliated chapters representing nearly 1,000 organizations that include healthcare, utilities, manufacturing, communications, government, aerospace, and defense.
The Information Services Staff acts as the initial contact for most callers and visitors to the City Clerk's Office, responding to thousands of requests each year.
You may view some of the many on-line legislative documents in the City Clerk's Office. Other documents and items not on-line are available through the Clerk's Office, also including Agreements; Appeals; City Council Speaker Forms; Contracts; Deeds (City-related); Leases; Loyalty Oath Cards for Appointed Officials; Notice of Special Hearings; Ordinances & Resolutions; Subdivision Information/Maps; Summons/Subpoenas; CDs and Videotapes of City Council meetings; CDs of Council Committee Meetings; and Voter Registration applications.
To request a copy of a document that is not available on-line, you may contact Information Services at (619) 533-4000. You may also submit your request on-line. Copies of most documents are 25 cents per page. The cost of CDs and audio tapes will vary depending on the specific request.
The Legislative Services Division is made up of three sections: Dockets, Hearings, and Council Actions. The Dockets section prepares, distributes, and uploads onto the City's webpage the Docket and supporting materials for all regular and supplemental agendized items for all City Council meetings, Special Council Meetings, and Emergency Council Meetings. The Hearings Section prepares all Land Use Hearings items that appear on the Docket. The Council Actions section creates and publishes online the Summary Sheet (produced prior to) and the Results and offical Minutes (produced after) for each meeting, and they also maintain and update the online Resolution and Ordinance database. In addition, this section is responsible for updating and maintaining the City Charter, Municipal Code and Council Policies. The entire Legislative Services Division acts as a resource for the public seeking information regarding actions taken by the City Council at the Council Meetings.
Elections staff coordinate and administer the City's municipal elections and elections-related activities. Activities include advising officeholders, candidates and committees of procedures and requirements; processing ballot proposals and initiative petitions; planning and conducting election centrals and inaugurations; administering campaign statements, statements of economic interests and municipal lobbying registration and reporting; providing maps, brochures and instruction manuals to Council, staff, and the public; and preparing technical and analytical reports. More detailed information on Election Services.
The Records Management Program promotes accessibility and ensures government accountability by assisting City departments to create and maintain updated versions of their Records Disposition Schedules; imaging and providing documents on-line to the public; preserving vital records which protect the rights of the City and its citizens by producing microfilm copies and sending them to an out-of-state facility; providing storage and daily retrieval of inactive records for all City departments; cataloguing and making available on-line photographs of official artifacts; and making available to the public on request archival documents dating from the 1830's.
SANDAG is the San Diego region’s primary public planning, transportation, and research agency, providing the public forum for regional policy decisions about growth, transportation planning and construction, environmental management, housing, open space, energy, public safety, and binational topics. SANDAG is governed by a Board of Directors composed of mayors, council members, and supervisors from each of the region’s 18 cities and the county government.
The goal of the iCommute program is to reduce traffic congestion, greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental pollutants that result from driving alone. The staff at iCommute helps to achieve this goal by offering assistance and tools to commuters and employers.
These ships transport and launch amphibious craft and vehicles with their crews and embarked personnel in amphibious assault operations.
The Whidbey Island class dock landing ship is a dock landing ship of the United States Navy. Introduced to fleet service in 1985, this class of ship features a massive well deck for the transport of four LCAC hovercraft for landing Marines. It was designed specifically to operate LCAC vessels. It has the largest capacity for these landing craft (four) of any U.S. Navy amphibious platform. It will also provide docking and repair services for LCACs and for conventional landing craft.
The office of the Philippine Honorary Consulate for San Diego provides consular services in San Diego, promotes trade, tourism and diplomacy between Philippines and the United States, and promotes the interests of the Filipino community. Please contact us at 619-241-2114 or [email protected]. We do not check Facebook messages regularly or use it for official business. We are by appointment only.