Tri-County Parkway Location Study
How to Stay Informed
The Study Team is committed to providing the public with opportunities to stay informed and to comment on this project. We encourage you to be an active participant in this process. Project progress will be distributed through a variety of sources, including:
The success of this EIS process is dependent on the ability of the Study Team to interact with and respond to the concerns of the regulatory agencies and the general public. For the public, there will be several scheduled meetings at key milestones of the Location Study. These will provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas and the receipt of comments from all interested parties. Notice of these meetings will be advertised in several ways including newspaper ads, postcards, e-mail announcements, and press releases.
Meetings with local organizations may be scheduled with the Study Team to discuss the project. Organizations requesting this type of briefing may include civic groups, business, trade and commerce organizations, church groups, environmental groups and local groups. Click here if you would like to schedule a meeting for your group.
Newsletters will be developed and distributed at strategic milestones in the study. The newsletters will provide brief summaries of the study progress and schedule, upcoming meetings, and particular issues or analyses of concern. Project newsletters will be sent to all parties who indicate their desire to be placed on the project mailing list.
This Web site will be updated regularly as the latest information is made available. Information displayed on the site includes meeting locations, dates and times; study report highlights; and design concepts once available.
The Study Team will communicate with local and regional news sources at key milestones of the Location Study.
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Board approves Tri-County Parkway Location (Nov. 17, 2005)