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September 5, 2012 TAG Meeting Packet (12/13/12)
Agenda, May Meeting Summary, etc.
December 5, 2012 TAG Meeting Packet (12/13/12)
Agenda, November Meeting Summary
September 6, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (12/13/12)
Agenda, June Meeting Summary, Online Poll Results, Kelly Meeting Summary, Scenario Evaluation Process, Economic Analysis, Walkshed Maps
November 1, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (10/29/12)
Agenda, October Meeting Summary, and flyer for the November Community Forum
October 4, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (9/26/12)
Agenda, September Meeting Summary, Walkshed Maps
June 7, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (5/30/12)
Barbur Concept Plan Community Working Group
A preliminary draft of the presentation for the May 3rd community forum, for CWG feedback
April 5, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (3/22/12)
Agenda, March Meeting Summary, Draft Goals, Michael Freedman Meeting Info
Signed CWG Collaboration Principles (3/6/12)
An overview of new approaches to traffic management
An initial look at potential land use themes for the Barbur corridor, and how these might be applied to different focus areas
March 1, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (2/22/12)
Agenda, February Meeting Summary, and 3rd Draft Vision and Goals
Metro and ODOT describe the SW Corridor Plan timeline, opportunties and constraints, and next steps
February 2, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (1/26/12)
January 5, 2012 CWG Meeting Packet (12/27/11)
December 1, 2011 CWG Meeting Packet (11/23/11)
November 3, 2011 CWG Meeting Packet (10/20/11)
Slideshow from first CWG meeting, which gives a broad context for the Barbur Concept plan and its relationship to Metro's Southwest Corridor Plan, a photo tour of the corridor, an overview of high capacity transit planning, and the project schedule.
CWG Meeting #1 Packet. Includes meeting agenda, draft public involvement plan, and draft collaboration principles to be discussed at the first meeting of the Community working Group
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