Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on March 16th, 2010 at 12:16 pm
A new video (watch it below) created by David Osborn from the Stop the CRC Coalition in collaboration with Coalition for Livable Future says that it’s time to “push back” on the Columbia River Crossing project.
The video tells their version of the recent history of the project. It features a July 2008 Portland City Council exchange between Oregon Department of Transporation (ODOT) Director Matt Garrett and Portland Mayor Sam Adams where Garrett promises that the DOTs would not move forward without consensus.
Then, after showing a recent letter by the governors of Oregon and Washington that said, “We value your advisory role… We feel strongly this project must move forward without delay,” the narrator of the video says, “We’re getting rolled… The DOTs have not kept their word and it’s time to push back.”
Watch the video below: