Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on August 15th, 2007 at 9:55 am
Multnomah County has just released their third Sellwood Bridge survey (for background on the project, see this post).
Here’s the word from their Public Affairs office:
“An online survey offered through September 9 (at SellwoodBridge.org) lets the public choose up to two preferred alternatives for replacing or rehabilitating the 81-year-old structure. Survey results will be considered by a community task force and committee of elected officials that will choose up to four alternatives for further study this fall.
…The current online survey will gather public input before the next project milestone, when up to four alternatives will advance for further study in the draft Environmental Impact Statement.”
Selection of a preferred alternative is scheduled for spring of 2008.
Survey participants are encouraged to learn more about alternatives before taking the survey by exploring the Build a Bridge feature on the project’s website.
(If you haven’t figured it out already, the County has done an amazing job on their website for this project.)