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Public involvement is an integral element of the U.S. 50 East project. The goal of the public involvement program is to disseminate information about the project and to gather questions, concerns and ideas from those potentially affected by it. By bringing issues and concerns to the surface throughout the process, the project team can better shape alternatives to address community needs and avoid, minimize or mitigate potential impacts of the project.
Elements of the public involvement program include this project website, news releases to local media outlets for notification of appropriate project activities and milestones, social media sites on both Facebook and Twitter, public meetings, small group meetings, and a public hearing.
The Project Team associated with the U.S. 50 East project includes:
Representatives for Community Meetings
If your small group or organization would like a brief presentation or Q&A session about the U.S. 50 East project, please contact the Public Outreach Lead at Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-616-1017.
We Want to Hear From You
The project team is committed to keeping the residents and business owners in Jennings County informed about this project. If there are subjects you would like to hear more about, please contact the public involvement team at Daniel.email@example.com or 317-616-1017.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Jennings County Middle School
820 W. Walnut St.
North Vernon, IN 47265
The U.S. 50 East project team held a public open house to provide information about the planning for the U.S. 50 East project to members of the public and community organizations. Preliminary alternatives were presented at the meeting, which provided the public an opportunity to ask questions and provide input. The meeting was an open house format allowing the community to view displays and talk with the project team about the project one-on-one. The following items were items on display at the meeting: