Andrew Miller of Upper Arlington commented on the previous post, and he also had a link to his site, Elephants on Bicycles. He's working in Upper Arlington to do what we're trying to do in Columbus - make the city safer for cyclists by adding infrastructure to aid cyclists in getting from A to B.
He's probably up against it even more than we are, given the greater affluence of UA's population and the general impression of cycling had by folks of a higher tax bracket. Interestingly, I think that some of those people are the ones who could benefit the most by getting out of their cars, and not only from the standpoint of getting more exercise.
I've added his blog to the Columbus cycling blog list to the right. Keep up the great work, Andrew!