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Town Hall Meeting
Saturday, August 19, 2006
Hoodland Community Center
Salmon River Road


Meeting: 9:30 am - noon
check in starts at 9:00


Balloting Results

Total Citizens registering: not available

  Proposed Supported Activity
Yea
Ney
1. Salmon River Rd, Welches Rd Bike Lanes
38
4
2. ZDO Changes - Enhance Mtn Character
37
4

Relative Importance of other proposed Supported Activities
High
Med
Low
1. Invasive Weed Eradication
28
13
6
2. Rhody "Pedestrian Bridge" Park
20
14
12
3. Barlow Trail County Park
31
6
9
4. Barlow Trail Recreation Area: BLM Lands
20
13
11
5. Community Center Park
21
14
10
6. Barlow Road: Government Camp to Cazadera Trai
15
20
12
7. Recreation and Community Input on County Lands
24
12
8
8. Stream Corridor Restoration Projects
26
15
4
9. Heritage Homes
14
20
3

 
Letters of Support
Yea
Ney
1. Letter of support for Mt. Hood Corridor CPO's Letter on County Land Trades - Link to Letter of Support
30
0
2. Letter of support for Mt. Hood Corridor CPO Letter on HR 5025 - Link to Letter of Support
32
0

Agenda

  1. Review of the status and progress of current "supported activities"
     – Highway 26 Streetscape & Pedestrian Paths
     – Community Center
     – Mountain Express Bus
     – Strategic Planning Committee
    Corwin
    Saldivar
    Reeves
    Duber

  2. Review and voting on proposed new "supported activities

    Supported Activities "approved" by the Villages at Mt. Hood Board of Directors
     – ZDO Changes and BKM’s To Enhance Mountain
        Character

     – Welches/Salmon River Road Bike Lanes
    Mench

    Corwin

    Other Proposed Activities not "approved" by the Villages at Mt. Hood Board of Directors
     – Rhody "Pedestrian Bridge" Community Park
     – Invasive Weed Eradication
     – Barlow Trail County Park
     – Community Center Park
     – Recreation and Community Input on County Lands
     – Barlow Trail Recreation Area: BLM Lands
     – Barlow Road: Government Camp to Cazadera Trail
    Dougherty
    Corwin
    Williams
    Corwin
    Corwin
    Corwin
    Corwin

  3. Other matters as proposed by the citizens

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