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Metro Westside Subway Extension Meetings

2:00 PM PDT on April 10, 2009

The Draft EIS/EIR for the Westside Subway Extension is officially
underway. We wanted to invite all of you to our upcoming meetings which
begin next week. We’ve posted each of them as an event on Facebook, but
here are the basics:

Monday, April 13: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, West, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard.Tuesday, April 14, West Hollywood Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard.Thursday, April 16, Beverly Hills Public Library, 444 N. Rexford Drive.Monday, April 20, Westwood Presbyterian Church, 10822 Wilshire Boulevard.Wednesday, April 22, Wilshire United Methodist Church,  5 – 7 p.m., 4350 Wilshire BoulevardThursday, April 23, Santa Monica Public Library, 601 Santa Monica Boulevard.

All
the meetings are 6:00-8:00 PM and the material presented at each will
be identical so choose the one that is most convenient for you.

If
you can’t make it to the meetings, we still want your input on what you
think about the proposed subway. During this “scoping period” for the
study, we especially need to hear what you think the study should focus
on. We will be posting our scoping presentation on our website
(www.metro.net/westside) some time next week. We will be continuing to
post new information to the web site under the “News & Info” tab.
You can find out how to send in your comments so they count officially
in this scoping phase by clicking on “Contact Us.”

Thanks for your continued interest in the Westside Subway Extension.

Metro Westside Subway Extension Team

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