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Project Update on Phase II of Expo Line

The Exposition Construction Authority (Expo) invites you to
a community meeting to provide an update on the Final Environmental Impact
Report (FEIR) for Phase 2 of the Expo Line project.

In February, Expo held three Public Hearings to obtain
community input and receive comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report
(DEIR).  Over the past six months, the Phase 2 team has been working with
agencies and stakeholders to address issues raised during the DEIR process.
 This meeting will provide an opportunity to share the latest findings and
answer questions before the FEIR is finalized.

Planned Agenda for

Community Meetings

Open
House:                       
    

6:00 to 6:30 pm

Progress Update Presentation:

6:30 to 7:00 pm

Question and Answer Session:

7:00 to 8:30 pm

* Please note that there will be a time limit per speaker

The format and information presented at these meetings will
be identical, so interested individuals, organizations and public agencies are welcome
to attend on any of the following days:

Date

Location

Monday,

October 5, 2009

Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services,
Gymnasium

3200 Motor Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034

Wednesday,

October 7, 2009

St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church,
Nolte Hall

11555 National Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064

Wednesday,

October 14, 2009

Santa Monica Civic
Auditorium, East Wing Meeting Rm

1855 Main
Street
, Santa
Monica, CA 90401

Click here to view Flier

For more information please visit the project website at BuildExpo.org or call the
Expo Hotline at 213-922-EXPO(3976).

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