Trails Meeting January 28 2016 7pm at Watershed in Hillsdale, enter between buildings at 6388 SW Capitol Highway


Approval of Agenda

Portland PBOT project manager Kyle Chisek will present the preliminary design of the street and storm water changes being considered for SW 19th north of Taylors Ferry Road on the Hillsdale to Lake Oswego Trail (#6).

BES will give us an update on the SW 45th Street Project and any others that are in process, including an update on Stephenson and Hamilton.

Approval of December Minutes
SWTrails annual membership meeting:
Election of Board Members
Election of Officers
Approval of Budget
Discussion of insurance Glenn Bridger
Other Business

SWTrails Strategic Plan discussion, Glenn Bridger.

Discussion of the plan for the upcoming SW In Motion Project.
Schedule of neighborhood meetings and message we want to convey.

Construction report St John Fisher, Safe Route to School to Robert Gray, Dave Manville

No response from Portland Parks regarding their 2016 construction budget. No response from Portland Parks regarding the trail for Albert Kelly Park.
PBOT has not given a response to what is happening on Naito Crossing at Whitaker.

Membership Chair Report Barbara Bowers

Hiking Team Report and upcoming hikes Sharon and Virginia
Treasurers Report Chris Mays

Announcements: Hearings on the Transportation Plan March 8, 2016 and March 22, 2016.

Other Business




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