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MAX: Public Comment Opportunities

The end of the public comment period for the Milwaukie MAX project is quickly approaching. People have until Noon on Monday June 23rd to submit their comments and concerns. All comments that are submitted by this date will be included in the Final Environmental Impact Statement.

The BAC Board will be submitting a formal letter of response, and we strongly encourage area residents, employees, and property owners to do the same.

The following information has been provided by Tom Armstrong, our District Planner at the City of Portland, Bureau of Planning:

Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project

FYI – Public Comment Opportunities

Over the next two months there will be multiple opportunities to provide your comments and input to Metro and the City of Portland on the locally preferred alternative (PLA) for the Portland- Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project. Now is the time to make your voice heard – you can attend a meeting, testify at a public hearing, or submit written comments. The following is a summary of the upcoming events and opportunities.

Metro – Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS)

Public Comment Period Closes June 23.

Download the documents here: http://www.oregonmetro.gov/index.cfm/go/by.web/id=223

Submit Written Comments To:

Portland-Milwaukie LRT SDEIS


600 NE Grand Avenue

Portland, OR 97232

Email comments to: trans@metro.dst.or.us

Metro – Portland-Milwaukie LRT Project Steering Committee

Public Hearing – Monday, June 9, 2008 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Metro Council Chambers

600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland

Provide public testimony before the Portland to Milwaukie Light Rail Project Steering Committee or send written comments to:

Portland-Milwaukie LRT Steering Committee


600 NE Grand Avenue

Portland, OR 97232

Metro – Metro Council

Public Hearing – Thursday, July 24, 2008 2:00 pm

Metro Council Chambers

600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland

One Reply to “MAX: Public Comment Opportunities”

  1. Trevor

    When we ask the politians in DC to give us money for roads, don’t be surprised when they ask us to fight for oil.

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