All are invited to attend an important meeting this Tuesday evening, February 28, 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm, at the Montlake Community Center. This meeting will focus on noise during the Montlake phase of 520 bridge construction and an overview of the Montlake Phase of construction, including timeline and project elements.
Here is the complete invite from WSDOT on the 2/28 meeting:
You are invited to a public meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 28, to hear Montlake Phase project updates and information about upcoming public comment opportunities.
- Date: Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017
- Time: 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. (presentation at 5:30 p.m.)
- Location: Montlake Community Center, Multipurpose room
- Address: 1618 East Calhoun Street, Seattle, WA 98112
- Parking: Limited free parking is available at the community center. Bus routes 43 and 48 also serve the area, but require a short walk to the meeting location.
- Meeting format: The meeting will include a short presentation at 5:30 p.m. and time for questions and answers with project staff as a full group and one-on-one.
At the meeting we will share the following
- An overview of the Montlake Phase of construction including timeline and project elements.
- Information about WSDOT’s application to the City of Seattle for a Major Public Project Construction Noise Variance (MPPCNV).
- The MMPCNV establishes the noise limits a Design-Build contractor must comply with during nighttime construction activities.
- City staff will also be available to discuss the city’s process for WSDOT to obtain the permit and how the public can submit formal comments later this spring.
- 3. A look-ahead to other spring public meetings and outreach activities including the upcoming public comment period for the SR 520 Montlake Phase Neighborhood Traffic Management Plan (NTMP).
The WABN team will host our usual monthly meeting again on Wednesday, April 5, at theGraham Visitors Center from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
We hope you can join us for these meetings and look forward to sharing information with you as we move forward with building a new, safer and more reliable SR 520 corridor in Seattle.