Mid-States info available at librariesFebruary 24, 2020
From Local Sources
The Mid-States Corridor project team is making it easy for residents to find out more information about the project and share their feedback. Project handouts and questionnaires are available at several public libraries in the area, including the libraries in Dubois, Ferdinand, Huntingburg, Jasper, Dale, Otwell, French Lick and Loogootee.
The full list of libraries and addresses can be found on the project website, MidStatesCorridor.com.
Residents can pick up a handout, learn more about the project and leave their comments. Questionnaires can be filled out online or are available at the libraries. Completed sheets will be picked up for consideration by the Project Team.
All materials from the recent public meetings are also available on the project website. Meeting materials include maps, display boards, a project presentation and a screening report questionnaire.
The handouts and questionnaires will be available at area libraries and responses to the questionnaire will be accepted through March 23.
The Mid-States Corridor project examines the concept of an improved highway connection in southern Indiana. Ten alternatives on five routes are moving forward for more detailed study.
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