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PUBLIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED FOR PA ROUTE 23 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY

HARRISBURG (August 22, 2002) – The Environmental Impact Study for Route 23 in Lancaster County will be the focus of two open house public meetings – one on August 27th at the Calvary Church in Manheim Township and the other on August 28th at Garden Spot High School in New Holland. These meetings are being held by PENNDOT and the Federal Highway Administration in partnership with Lancaster County. PENNDOT encourages you to attend either meeting so the Project Team can gather as much public input and feedback as possible to assist in the development of the best possible transportation solution for the Route 23 Corridor.

In an open house meeting, the public can attend anytime at their convenience between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to view the displays and talk with representatives of the study team. Public involvement is very important, and PENNDOT is offering the same meeting on two different days and at two different locations to make it easier for people to attend. The first meeting is on Tuesday, August 27th at Calvary Church. The second meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 28th at Garden Spot High School. For more details on these meetings or on the PA Route 23 Environmental Impact Study, visit the study’s website at www.paroute23.com.


 
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