SWTrails Meeting Thursday August 22nd
7 pm at Watershed 6388 SW Capitol Hwy

Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes for July 2013 as posted on SWTrails.org website-Lee
Update on Active Transportation with Metro – Follow up letter to PBOT and Parks staff
Report from Multnomah Days Don
Upcoming walks Sharon Fekedy and Virginia Hendrickson
Work Party Wilson HS Saturday Aug 24, 9am to 1pm meet by the north side stadium. Lunch provided. Bring gloves, water, pruners, tools to remove blackberries, ivy Hawthorne etc. We work hard, but have a good time at these events.
Treasurers Report
Update on Capitol Hill Road near Safeway 100 feet of missing extended shoulder

Naito Parkway Pedestrian Signal Status Lee
Membership brochure Barbara Bowers
Report on walk around with Commissioner Novick – Bridger
Barbur Road Diet Developments since pedestrian pushing bicycle was injured last week. See the video produced by Friends of Barbur: https://www.friendsofbarbur.com/
Upcoming walk around with Commissioner Fritz Staff on Parks issues.
Red Electric Update Baack, Bridger
SW Tunnelwood and SW 43rd update – Bridger
SW Maplewood Drive Press Conference Status – Baack
Update on trails in Woods Park addition. Dave Manville
Update on Coronado Trail. Hans Steuch
Update on Beaverton Hillsdale Highway pavement markings and other possible changes
Blocked street on SW 52nd north of SW Martha needs attention
Other Business
Meeting August 26 7-9pm Rm 34 to obtain community input on early implementation strategy for transportation projects in the SW Corridor.



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