Workshop 2 - Worksheet Counts & Comments

At the final workshop (May 22), a total of ten worksheets, each including consensus input from between two and six folks, were completed. Here’s a copy of a single worksheet with everyone’s rating votes and transcribed comments included. Viewed with most Acrobat™ (PDF) readers, this file opens to show a number of “comment bubble” icons that may be clicked on, opened and read. Having trouble seeing the file? Check out the meeting summary linked below.

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Workshop 2 - Results Summary

Couldn’t make the final plan workshop? Attended, but interested in detailed results? Here’s a copy of the summary memorandum presented to the County, covering the various counts and comments folks offered.

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Workshop 2 - Visual Reference

As part of the May 22 workshop, attendee groups were provided a ledger-sized handout depicting schematic-level designs typical of two street types mentioned in some recommended projects. Here’s a copy for download and review.

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Workshop 2 - Worksheet

The main exercise at the May 22 workshop asked small groups to consider 24 recommended transportation projects and/or studies for the Mead-Mt. Spokane area, rating each as “thumbs’ up”, “thumbs down”, or neutral. Groups also rated the projects in terms of short or long-term urgency. Click to download and check out a small-sized copy of the blank sheet.

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Workshop 2 - Displays

Facilitators created a number of display panels for folks to review throughout the May 22 public workshop. Here’s a reduced-size file containing each of the new panels presented that evening.

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Workshop 2 - Presentation

The May 22 public meeting covered input and results of work to date, and introduced 24 recommended projects or studies in response. Here’s a copy of the slide presentation used by County staff and the consultant team.

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Workshop 2 - Agenda

Here’s a copy of the agenda for the second Mead-Mt. Spokane Transportation Area Plan public meeting, held the evening of May 22 at Colbert Elementary School.

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Workshop 1 - Results Summary

On Thursday, March 21, the first of two public workshops, entitled “Scenario Vision Workshop” was held to develop the Mead-Mt. Spokane Transportation Area Plan. Approximately 85 residents attended and took part in two group exercises to help set plan needs and direction.

Here’s a results summary, covering folks’ long-term vision for the study area, and how participants used it in evaluating two differing growth scenarios.

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