SR 710 – Community Liaison Council Meet-Ups August 2012

You spoke and we listened, now we are back to provide an update and gather your ideas on how to best involve your neighbors at this phase of the State Route 710 Environmental Study.

Find the Community Liaison Council Meet-up in your area:

Please join us for an informal discussion with the State Route 710 Environmental Study Outreach team and your neighbors. What is the purpose of the CLC? As a CLC member, your role is to help get more of your neighbors involved the SR 710 Study process.

Though technical data will not be presented, we will provide a summary of the types of comments heard during the May 2012 Open Houses, share information about the Alternatives Analysis process, and update you with the dates and times of our upcoming events.

Collaborate on Ideas to Maximize Participation
Do you know of upcoming community events? Are you a member of an organization that would like more information on the State Route 710 Environmental Study? Do you follow a local blog or newspaper that we should reach out to? Share your thoughts on how we can spread the word together.


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