A roundtable discussion about expanding the city’s Divvy bike-sharing program into Beverly/Morgan Park was held on Oct. 30 at Beverly Unitarian Church. According to city officials, the program will start in the neighborhood in early spring 2020, and 3,500 electric bikes will be introduced throughout the city. Romina Castillo, of Muse Community Design, a consulting partner with the city on the Divvy program, and attendees discussed such issues as potential locations for docking stations. About 10 people attended the meeting, including business owners and officials with the Beverly Area Planning Association and Morgan Park Beverly Hills Business Association. Most of the suggestions for the location of docking stations were for sites near Metra commuter stations and in business districts. Officials said that when the bikes are parked away from a docking station, they can be secured with a cable lock. For information, visit divvybikes.com. (Review photos)