Crossing the Columbia: How should we spend $3 to $10 billion?

Does the I-5 Bridge really need to be replaced?
Will the Columbia River Crossing improve the region’s livability?
How much will it really cost and how else could that money be used?

Make your voice heard to elected officials! Please join neighbors in voicing questions & comments about the Columbia River Crossing directly to elected officials!

What: Public Forum on the Columbia River Crossing (CRC). Co-sponsored by the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods (NECN) & the Concordia Neighborhood Association

When: Monday, March 7th, 7pm to 9pm

Where: Concordia University’s Luther Hall – Room 121 (NE Holman btwn NE 27th & NE 29th)

Agenda:

  1. Overview of questions and concerns about the CRC project
  2. Statements from Neighborhood Associations & Neighbors
  3. Feedback from elected officials including: Tom Hughes, Rex Burkholder, Tina Kotek, Lew Frederick and Chip Shields.

More info: Contact the NECN at 503.823.4570 or visit www.NECoalition.org

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One Response to Crossing the Columbia: How should we spend $3 to $10 billion?

  1. Oliver says:

    Tell us how this will do anything for residents of Portland…particularly North and Northeast Portland.