Mid-States questionnaire ends MondayMarch 20, 2020
From Local Sources
The Mid-States Corridor Project Office will temporarily close to the public as part of the nationwide effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. The office, located in the Administration Building at Vincennes University Jasper, will close on Monday and will reopen when the current health situation allows.
Monday is also the final day responses are being accepted to the screening report questionnaire. The questionnaire can be completed on the project website or by going directly to midstates.questionpro.com. Project team members will also be available to accept completed questionnaires in person. They’ll be located outside of the project office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday. People can drive through and drop off completed questionnaires.
There are many ways for people to follow progress of the project, ask questions and continue to share their feedback. The project team can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 812-482-3116. Mail can still be sent to the following address: Mid-States Corridor Project Office, Vincennes University Jasper, Administration Building, Room 216, Jasper, IN 47546.
The project team will work to accommodate individual meetings, by phone or at another location. Appointments can be requested by phone or by email. A comment form is also available on the project website.
The website, midstatescorridor.com, is updated on a regular basis. It includes several maps and links to all materials from the public meetings held in February.
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