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Transportation: Proposed MPO Boundary Adjustment
Transportation: Proposed MPO Boundary Adjustment
Public Comment Opportunity: Proposed Metropolitan Boundary Adjustment
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Fedeal legislation requires the boundary of a metropolitan planning area emcompass at least the existing urbanized area (UZA) and the contiguous area expected to become urbanized within a 20-years. In order to comply with federal regulations, the MPO boundary must be expanded.

Once approved by MPC, the new boundary recommendation will be forwarded to Oregon Department of Transportation who is coordinating the Governor's approval of changes to MPO boundaries statewide. Comments received before the public comment period ends on November 30th, 2014, will be sent to decision makers to consider as part of the approval process.

The attached map presents the recommendation for establishing the updated boundary of the Central Lane MPO.


Other ways to comment:

Mail
Metropolitan Policy Committee
Lane Council of Governments
859 Willamette, Suite 500
Eugene, OR 97401

Email
mpo@lcog.org

Public Hearing
The public may make public comment at a hearing scheduled to be held at the following regular meeting:

Metropolitan Policy Committee
11:30 AM
Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Springfield City Hall, Library Meeting Room
225 Fifth Street, Springfield

The Metropolitan Policy Committee is the policy board who are the decision makers for the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The details of this meeting are posted on-line at http://www.lcog.org/mpc.cfm. The policy board will consider adoption of theproposed MPO boundary at their regular meeting on December 4th, 2014.

Questions?
Contact Paul Thompson, MPO Program Manager at Lane Council of Governments
541-682-4283


More Info:
Proposed MPO Boundary Memorandum
Proposed MPO Boundary

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