April 25, 2013 Meeting of SWTrails 7 pm at Watershed

HIghlights –
Rich Cassidy of PBOT on Sunday Parkways Sep29
Richard Bosch on telling seniors about trails

Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes for March 28 meeting as posted on SWTrails.org website Thursday AM by Lee
Upcoming Walks Sharon Fekedy, Virginia Hendrickson

Treasurers Report Chris Mays, Summary of 2012 financial activity, number of members, sponsors, contributions

Sunday Parksways SW Sep 29, Discussion with Rich Cassidy of PBOT on the route, hours and other information.

Richard Bosch and his associates will fill us in about the work that is being done to tell seniors, those less able about trails and pedestrian routes before the users actually go on the routes.

Andrew Holtz will present a request from the SWHRL Board to have SWTrails work with Andrew on a possible trail in a new development off SW Humphrey.

Glenn Bridger will present segments of the Draft Comp Plan of interest to SWTrails, and ask for input on how we should proceed on these matters.

Update on Barbur Road Diet Developments
Update on our 501(c)3 application
Update on SW Tunnelwood and SW 44th drainage issue, PBOT, BES and Water are working with SWTrails to complete an improved pedestrian/bicycle connection north of Bridlemile. It gets folks out of the storm sewer.
Developing a new website Mark Turner

Other Developments: Unbuilt Rights of Ways Progress, Hillsdale-Lake Oswego Pedestrian Trail Progress,

Other Business



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