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2016 Minutes - Policy Committee

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Minutes of the February 25, 2016 Tri-Cities Area Metropolitan Planning Organization – Policy Committee meeting held 4:30 p.m. in the Petersburg Multi-Modal Station located 100 West Washington Street in Petersburg, Virginia.

MEMBERS PRESENT:  Steve Elswick, Chesterfield; John Wood, Colonial Heights; Mark Riblett, (Representing the Virginia Secretary of Transportation); Dironna Belton, PAT; Howard Myers, Petersburg; T.J. Webb, Prince George; Johnnie Butler (alternate), Hopewell; William Chavis, Dinwiddie; Denny Morris, Crater PDC
    
OTHERS PRESENT:   Jasmine Amanin, Ron Svejkovsky VDOT; Jay Lindsey, DRPT; Joe Vinsh, Christopher Nicholas, Crater PDC

Chairman Chavis called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.

APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES – November 12, 2015
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Upon a motion by Mr. Elswick, seconded by Mr. Myers and carried, the minutes of the November 12, 2015 meeting were approved.

CITIZEN INFORMATION PERIOD
No comment

STATUS REPORT ON PASSENGER RAIL NEPA STUDY
Mr. Vinsh briefly commented that the consultation process involving the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VDHR), the Federal Rail Administration (FRA) and the project consultants is continuing.  The most recent correspondence from the VDHR indicated this agency does not anticipate that construction of a passenger station at any of the 4 site alternatives would have an adverse effect on cultural resources but due to the absence of designs for a facility at each site alternative, concurrence with the recommendations from the project consultant was not possible at this time. 

Mr. Vinsh speculated that the FRA would likely provide the project consultant its recommended site alternative and instruct the project consultant to prepare the draft environmental assessment accordingly.  The CPDC will advertise the draft document for a 30 day period.  Public comments received would be summarized and forwarded to the FRA for consideration prior to issuing a potential finding of no significant impact for the NEPA study environmental assessment. 

Mr. Vinsh further speculated that a project sponsor for the FRA selected site would likely need to sponsor the preparation of project design details that would need to be reviewed by the VDHR and any mitigation measures specified would need to be addressed if the passenger station project is implemented.

 

REVIEW OF 2013 FEDERAL CERTIFICATION FINDING ON THE TRI-CITIES MPO TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROCESS
Mr. Vinsh made reference to recent correspondence attached to the agenda packet from FHWA indicating that the Tri-Cities MPO was certified without condition following the September 2013 certification review and that the next review would likely be conducted during September 2017.

 

STATUS REPORT ON VIRGINIA NATIONAL DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL AUTHORITY (VNDIA) FUNDS
Mr. Vinsh reported that the Crater PDC’s July 2015 VNDIA grant term extension request was approved by Governor.  The new term to complete the expenditure of the $1.8m in remaining VNDIA discretionary funds awarded to the CPDC by the State for the 3 Puddledock Road related projects ends December 2018.   

 

UPDATE ON VTRANS2040 AND HB2 ACTIVITIES
Mr. Riblett reviewed a document prepared by VDOT summarizing HB2 scoring results; estimated funding available under the District Grant Program and the High Priority Funding Program; and, the steps proposed by the State for distributing $1.6b available over the next six year period to selected specific transportation improvement projects.

Mr. Riblett emphasized that feedback comments on the State proposed funding allocation procedure need to be provided to Richmond District Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) Commissioner Brown soon.

Mr. Elswick asked for information on the deadline for commenting.

Mr. Riblett stated the CTB will be making its decisions on allocations for the next Six Year Improvement Program update in June.  Therefore, comments would be accepted until the June action date but comments received within the next couple of weeks would be best.

Mr. Riblett also mentioned that the Richmond Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) staff has identified some concerns with the funding scenario as currently proposed by the State and is working on an alternative funding scenario.  These concerns are that the proposed funding scenario is not entirely consistent with the intent of HB2 and the HB2 legislation does not address a concept for the potential comingling dollars within the District Construction and the High Priority funding programs.

Ms. Belton how would the Richmond MPO allocation alternative impact projects in the Tri-Cities.

Mr. Riblett indicated that under the Richmond TPO alternative no projects would be eliminated from the base scenario in the Richmond District and the first I-95/I-85 interchange project in Tri-Cities would be funded.

After a period of further discussion, the Policy Committee directed the Technical Committee to work with the Richmond MPO and develop recommendations related to the State proposed HB2 funding scenario for consideration by the Richmond District CTB Commissioner.

 

REVIEW OF TRI-CITIES AREA SPECIALIZED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES GUIDE
Mr. Nicholas made reference and made comments regarding a document attached to the agenda packet that profiled available specialized transportation services currently available to the public within the Tri-Cities Area.

Mr. Vinsh mentioned that this document is on the MPO’s webpage and that the CPDC staff intends to update the document periodically.

 

REVIEW OF TRI-CITIES AREA TITLE VI PLAN – 2015 UPDATE
Mr. Nicholas reviewed the intent of the Tri-Cities MPO Title VI Plan, prepared in 2013, and changes recommended by the VDOT and VDR&PT in January 2016.  The changes included the addition of language indicating neither the Crater PDC or Tri-Cities MPO had received any Title VI complaints; listing of current members of the Tri-Cities MPO and the agencies represented; addition of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise language to contract provisions involving contract consultants; inclusion of a MPO adoption resolution; establishment of link on the MPO webpage for “Discrimination Complaint Procedure”; the addition of language adding minority medial to be included in the notification process for MPO public meetings or for review of MPO documents; modification of existing language regard provision for Spanish version of the “Discrimination Complaint Procedure”; and, updated Appendix VIII to include the most current Tri-Cities MPO Participation Plan.

Upon a motion by Mr. Myers, seconded by Mr. Elswick and carried a motion was adopted to approve the Tri-Cities Area MPO 2015 Title VI Plan update.

 

REVIEW OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE FY14 UNIFIED TRANSPORTATION PLANNING WORK PROGRAM RELATED TO PETERSBURG AREA TRANSIT (PAT) MARKETING PLAN
Ms. Belton briefly commented on the recommendations contained in the 2015 PAT Marketing Plan and indicated the project has been completed at a cost of $13,477 leaving a balance of $138,691.48 in total Section 5303 funds in the project account. 

Ms. Belton presented information, including cost estimates for 4 new transit planning projects u as follows.
1/ PAT On-board survey $2,130.00
2/ Waverly/Wakefield Ridership Survey $2,290.00
3/ PAT Comprehensive Operational Analysis $34,000
4/ PAT Strategic Plan $100,000.00

Upon a motion by Ms. Belton, seconded by Mr. Myers and carried a motion was adopted to amend the FY14 work program to include the additional projects.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 5:20 pm.

 


Minutes of the March 10, 2016 Tri-Cities Area Metropolitan Planning Organization – Policy Committee meeting held 4:30 p.m. in the Petersburg Multi-Modal Station located 100 West Washington Street in Petersburg, Virginia.

MEMBERS PRESENT:  John Wood, Colonial Heights; Ron Svejkovsky, (Representing the Virginia Secretary of Transportation); Howard Myers, Petersburg; Jeff Stoke, (alternate) Prince George; Johnnie Butler (alternate), Hopewell; Barb Smith (alternate), Chesterfield; William Chavis, Dinwiddie; Denny Morris, Crater PDC

MEMBER ABSENT:  Dironna Belton, PAT

OTHERS PRESENT:   Jasmine Amanin, Jay Lindsey, DRPT; Joe Vinsh, Christopher Nicholas, Crater PDC

Chairman Chavis called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.

APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES – February 25, 2016.
Upon a motion by Mr. Morris, seconded by Mr. Svejkovsky and carried, the minutes of the February 25, 2016 meeting were approved.

CITIZEN INFORMATION PERIOD
No comment

STATUS REPORT ON PASSENGER RAIL NEPA STUDY
Mr. Vinsh briefly commented that the draft environmental assessment is currently under review by the legal department at the FRA.  After the document is release by the FRA, it will be advertised for a 30 day comment period.  In addition, during the 30 day comment period anyone may request a public hearing be conducted.  The project consultant will summarize all public comments for FRA’s consideration prior to issuing a potential finding of no significant impact for the project document.   

Mr. Vinsh speculated that the FRA would likely provide the project consultant its recommended site alternative and instruct the project consultant to prepare the draft environmental assessment accordingly.  The CPDC will advertise the draft document for a 30 day period.  Public comments received would be summarized and forwarded to the FRA for consideration prior to issuing a potential finding of no significant impact for the NEPA study environmental assessment. 

Mr. Vinsh further speculated that a project sponsor for the FRA selected site would likely need to sponsor the preparation of project design details that would need to be reviewed by the VDHR and any mitigation measures specified would need to be addressed if the passenger station project is implemented.

 

REVIEW OF TECHNICAL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING MPO COMMENT ON PROPOSED HB2 FUNDING SCENARIO
Mr. Vinsh stated that the Technical Committee followed up on information and direction provided during the February 25th Policy Committee meeting regarding the alternative HB2 funding scenario developed by the Richmond Transportation Planning Organization (RTPO).  The Tri-Cities MPO – Technical Committee agreed with the Richmond TPO staff findings that the proposed HB2 allocation process developed by the Office of the Secretary of Transportation was not aligned with the overall data-driven process that was explained during the development of the HB2 application process; the HB2 development process did not indicate which funding program (statewide or district) would be considered first for the purpose of allocating funds to the highest scoring projects; did not specify a process for the co-mingling of funds under these separate and distinct programs; and, did not specify a process for allocating any residual funds.

Mr. Vinsh further stated that the Technical Committee also supported an alternative HB2 allocation process developed by the Richmond TPO staff.  First, the alternative process allocated available funding to the highest rated projects under the High Priority grant program and recommended that residual funds be carried over to the next HB2 grant cycle.  Second, the alternative process allocated available funding the highest rated projects under the District Construction grant program and recommended that residual funds be carried over to the next HB2 grant cycle.

Mr. Vinsh added that the Technical Committee’s recommendations had been forwarded to Commissioner Brown early in the week.

After a period of discussion, Mr. Morris made a motion that was seconded by Mr. Stoke and carried that the Tri-Cities MPO supports the Richmond TPO staff proposal for an alternate process for funding HB2 rated projects.

 

REVIEW OF DRAFT FY17 UNIFIED TRANSPORTATION PLANNING WORK PROGRAM
Mr. Vinsh made reference to the draft document attached to the agenda packet and indicated two key planning activities for the next fiscal year include an update of the congestion management plan (CMP) and the 2040 long range transportation plan update.  The FHWA has indicated the CMP update should be completed in conjunction with the 2040 long range transportation plan update.  The 2016 work program includes provision for consultant services for the CMP update and the 2040 long range transportation plan update needs to be approved by June 2017.

Mr. Svejkovsky commented that the next update of the Transportation Improvement Program also needs to be completed during FY17.

Upon a motion by Mr. Morris, seconded by Mr. Stoke and carried, a motion was adopted to endorse the FY17 work program.

 

REVIEW OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE FY15 – FY18 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) REGARDING THE PUDDLEDOCK ROAD INTERSECTION PROJECT AT INDUSTRIAL DRIVE IN PETERSBURG (UPC 101289) 
Mr. Svejkovsky stated this amendment was needed in order to update entries for this project consistent with actual obligations and the current cost estimate and schedule. 

The total cost of this project is $2,120,000 and includes funding from VNDIA, RSTP and some CMAQ.  Construction is schedule for FY17.

Upon a motion by Ms. Smith, seconded by Mr. Wood and carried, a motion was endorsed to approve the TIP amendment.

 

REVIEW OF PROPOSED CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) AND REGIONAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (RSTP) PROJECT ALLOCATIONS FOR THE NEXT SIX YEAR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM UPDATE
Mr. Svejkovsky indicated revenue projections and allocation worksheets for both programs are not available at this time.  The Technical Committee will have a special meeting on March 18 to review and endorse draft allocations.  The allocations would be presented during the April Policy Committee meeting for endorsement. 

Mr. Morris asked why the revenue estimates were not available.

Mr. Svejkovsky indicated he did not have an explanation but that we should have revenue estimates and draft allocations by the end of March.

Mr. Svejkovsky indicated remaining VNDIA funds should be spent on the 3 Puddledock Road projects before the current grant term ends in December 2018.

Mr. Svejkovsky indicated it may be possible to add one or two additional projects to the update 6 year allocation schedule.

Mr. Vinsh made reference to the most recent project rating sheets for both programs and indicated the results of the project ratings are used as the basis to allocate available funding under both programs.

 

REVIEW OF RATING RESULTS FOR CANDIDATE PROJECTS FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) FUNDING
Mr. Vinsh distributed information showing the results of the rating 3 candidate TAP projects from the Tri-Cities.

Project Name                         Sponsor                Cost Estimate             Score
Safe Routes to School             Petersburg                 $125,000               330
Appomattox River Greenway     Colonial Heights        $90,000                    308
Boulevard Pedestrian Safety     Colonial Heights        $120,000                  339

Mr. Vinsh stated the Technical Committee has made its recommendations for allocating $151,700 available in FY17 regional TAP funds in the form of 2 options.

Option #1 is to divide the $151,700 equally among all 3 projects and request Commissioner Brown to use State TAP funds to fully fund all 3 projects.  If Option #1 is not acceptable, Option #2 is to fully fund the top regionally rated project (Boulevard Pedestrian Safety – from A Avenue to Temple Avenue) in Colonial Heights in the amount of $120,000 and carry over the residual of $31,700 to the next TAP grant cycle.

After a period of discussion, Mr. Wood made a motion that was seconded by Mr. Morris and carried that the CPDC staff forward the recommendation for Option #1 to Commissioner Brown with Option #2 being the next choice of the MPO – Policy Committee.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 5:35 pm.

 


Minutes of the April 14, 2016 Tri-Cities Area Metropolitan Planning Organization – Policy Committee meeting held 4:30 p.m. in the Petersburg Multi-Modal Station located 100 West Washington Street in Petersburg, Virginia.

MEMBERS PRESENT:  Rob Cary (Representing the Virginia Secretary of Transportation); T.J. Webb Prince George; Johnnie Butler (alternate), Hopewell; William Chavis, Dinwiddie; Denny Morris, Crater PDC

MEMBER ABSENT:  Dironna Belton, PAT; John Wood, Colonial Heights; Howard Myers, Petersburg, Steve Elswick, Chesterfield;

OTHERS PRESENT:   Jasmine Amanin, Ron Svejkovsky, Mark Ribblett, VDOT; Jeff Stoke, Prince George; Joe Vinsh, Christopher Nicholas, Crater PDC

Chairman Chavis called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.

APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES – March 10, 2016.
Upon a motion by Mr. Morris, seconded by Mr. Butler and carried, the minutes of the March 10, 2016 meeting were approved.

CITIZEN INFORMATION PERIOD
No comment

STATUS REPORT ON PASSENGER RAIL STATION NEPA STUDY
Mr. Vinsh commented that the draft environmental assessment is still under review by the legal department at the FRA.  The project consultant estimates that the document will be released by the FRA with their selected site sometime between May 1 and May 15.   The document will be advertised for a 30 - day comment period.  The project consultant will summarize comments received during the comment period for FRA review. 

Mr. Vinsh explained that, at this time, it is uncertain if FRA would be able to issue a finding of no significant impact before the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (DHR) provides its full concurrence with the cultural resources findings contained in the draft environmental assessment document.  The DHR has indicated its needs to review detailed engineering drawings for the facility before it can provide full concurrence.  There are no detailed engineering drawings available for any of the candidate sites at this time.    

 
CONTINUATION OF DISCUSSION ON HB2 ALLOCATION FUNDING SCENARIOS
Mr. Vinsh stated that recommendations discussed during the March meeting regarding HB2 were communicated to CTB Commissioner Brown.  

Mr. Vinsh indicated Chesterfield County has provided recommendations for the Committee to consider regarding the proposed HB2 funding allocation process being advocated by the State.  The recommendations include the following guiding principles:

  • Allocate funds to eligible High Priority projects first, based on statewide ranking;
  • After High Priority projects have been allocated to the fullest extent possible, allocate funds to District Grant project by district ranking;
  • Do not co-mingle fund sources; and,
  • Carryover High Priority Program and District Grant Program balances (by district) for the next HB2 funding cycle.

Mr. Vinsh added that the recommendations were essential the same concepts that were forwarded to Commissioner Brown following the March meeting.

Mr. Cary and Mr. Riblett both provided comments indicating the CTB has received input from different areas in the State supporting positions that generally favor their interest in how the allocation process should be administered.

Mr. Riblett also mentioned that there has been discussion about modifying the factors used for the environmental and safety criteria.

Mr. Cary indicated the Secretary of Transportation is trying to address comments from CTB members and it is not certain what changes will be approved. 

After a period of further discussion, Mr. Morris made a motion that was seconded by Mr. Butler and carried that the Tri-Cities MPO support the Chesterfield recommendations.

 

REVIEW OF PROPOSED ALLOCATIONS FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) PROJECTS
Mr. Vinsh stated that since the March meeting VDOT has provided updated regional TAP revenue numbers indicating a FY17 increase of $21,444 for a total amount of $173,144.  Therefore, with the support of Commissioner Brown to fund the Boulevard Pedestrian Safety project with State TAP funds, the MPO can fully fund the Appomattox River Trail project and the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) project with FY17 regional TAP funds.

Upon a motion by Mr. Webb, seconded by Mr. Butler and carried a motion was adopted to allocate $72,000 in FY17 regional TAP funds to the Appomattox River Trail project and $100,000 in FY17 regional TAP funds to the SRTS project with the remaining balance of $1,144 to be carried over to the next TAP grant cycle.

 

REVIEW OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE FY15 – FY18 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) REGARDING THE LEE GATE @ RT. 36 PROJECT (UPC 107926) 
Mr. Svejkovsky stated this amendment was needed in order to initiate a preliminary engineering phase under the Federal Lands Division portion of this project.

Upon a motion by Mr. Webb, seconded by Mr. Butler and carried, a motion was endorsed to approve the TIP amendment.

 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 5:15 pm.

 


Minutes of the May 12, 2016 Tri-Cities Area Metropolitan Planning Organization – Policy Committee meeting held 4:30 p.m. in the Petersburg Multi-Modal Station located 100 West Washington Street in Petersburg, Virginia.

MEMBERS PRESENT:  Rob Cary (Representing the Virginia Secretary of Transportation); T.J. Webb, Prince George; Johnnie Butler (alternate), Hopewell; William Chavis, Dinwiddie; John Wood, Colonial Heights; Steve Elswick, Chesterfield; Darius Mason, PAT; Denny Morris, Crater PDC

MEMBER ABSENT:  Howard Myers, Petersburg

OTHERS PRESENT:   Jasmine Amanin, Ron Svejkovsky, Mark Ribblett, VDOT; Jeff Stoke, Prince George; Jay Lindsey, DR&PT; Joe Vinsh, Christopher Nicholas David Hyder, Crater PDC Chairman Chavis called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.


Mr. Vinsh introduced Mr. David Hyder to the membership.  Mr. Vinsh indicated he will be retiring from full-time employment with the Crater PDC later this month and Mr. Hyder will be his replacement.


APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES – April 14, 2016
Upon a motion by Mr. Morris, seconded by Mr. Butler and carried, the minutes of the March 10, 2016 meeting were approved.


CITIZEN INFORMATION PERIOD
None were received. 


STATUS REPORT ON PASSENGER RAIL STATION NEPA STUDY
Mr. Vinsh commented that FRA has provided the project consultant with 50 to 60 new comments to be addressed in the draft environmental assessment.  The project consultant is currently working on the changes.
 
Mr. Vinsh also commented that it appears the draft document will not be available for release for public review by mid-May as previously announced.   
 
Mr. Elswick asked about the process after the draft document becomes available.
Mr. Vinsh indicated public notices will be used to advertise that the draft document is available for public review and comment for a 30-day period.  The project consultant will summarize all comments received during the 30-day comment period and provide this information to FRA for their consideration.   If a request is made during the 30-day comment period for a public hearing, one will be scheduled and conducted.  Comments made during the public hearing will also be summarized and forwarded to FRA for their consideration. 


STATUS OF HB2 PROJECT SELECTION HB2 AND FY17 – FY22 SIX YEAR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (SYIP) DEVELOPMENT
Mr. Vinsh stated that the recommendations for the HB2 allocation procedure discussed during the April MPO meeting were communicated to the CTB during the April 21, 2016 public meeting held for the Richmond Construction District.

A period of discussion followed on future HB2 project applications from Tri-Cities. 
Mr. Morris commented on the special transportation taxation programs in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads and the benefits afforded in leveraging these revenues with HB2 grant applications.

Mr. Cary commented that there may be some adjustments to the HB2 rating factors and that the MPO Technical Committee should consider recommendations that may help future applications from the Tri-Cities Area.


REVIEW OF INFORMATION ON PROPOSED ALLOCATIONS FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) PROJECTS
Mr. Vinsh briefly commented that information has been received that State TAP funds are proposed to be used to fund the Boulevard Pedestrian Safety project.  This development and the increase in regional TAP funding received by the Tri-Cities MPO will allow all 3 FY17 TAP projects from the Tri-Cities to be funded as discussed during the April meeting. 


REVIEW OF PROPOSED CMAQ AND RSTP PROJECTD ALLOCATIONS FOR THE FY17 FY22 SIX YEAR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Mr. Vinsh made reference to agenda materials and indicated the annual revenue forecast for CMAQ has declined by about $300,000 for FY17 and will gradually increase to the FY16 level of approximately $1.7m by FY22.
 
Mr. Vinsh further indicated the FY17 annual revenue forecast for RSTP increased by about $400,000 over the FY16 level and is projected to continue increasing to approximately $3.1m by FY22.

Ms. Amanin provided an overview of 21 CMAQ project allocations and 20 RSTP project allocations shown on the 2 worksheets.

Mr. Vinsh commented that the Technical Committee has recommended approval of the FY17 - FY22 CMAQ and RSTP project allocations shown in the 2 worksheets attached to the agenda package.

Mr. Morris commented that the 3 RSTP projects on Puddledock Road involving matching VNDIA funds are on scheduled to be completed before the end of the current term of December 2018. 

A term extension for approximately $1.8m in State discretionary VNDIA funds was recently obtained with the assistance of a joint letter prepared by Senator Dance and Delegate Cox to the State Secretary of Finance.

Upon a motion by Mr. Webb, seconded by Mr. Mason and carried, a motion was adopted to endorse the FY17 – FY22 CMAQ and RSTP allocations, as presented in the worksheets.

 

REVIEW OF PROPOSED TRANSIT AMENDMENTS TO THE FY15 – FY18 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)
Mr. Mason made reference to a spreadsheet in the agenda packet showing transit projects in the current metropolitan TIP and commented on changes in the funding amounts for several projects and funding for some additional projects. 

Mr. Lindsey stated DRPT had responded to questions from Chesterfield and supports the proposed amendments.

Mr. Hyder stated that the cost of project entries agree with the total cost shown in the budget summary.

Upon a motion by Mr. Mason, seconded by Mr. Elswick and carried, a motion was endorsed to approve the proposed transit amendments to the FY15 – FY18 TIP as presented.

Mr. Morris stated that the MPO meeting date for the June meeting has been moved to the 23rd to be consistent with the Crater PDC meeting date for June.  The change from the 2nd to the 4th Thursday for the month of June only is because the local government budgeting processes needed to be completed for the next fiscal year before the Crater PDC could adopt a budget for FY17.


There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 5:15 pm.


 

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