Thank you for your response to this request. Anita From: Archer, Steve [mailto:ArcherS@wsdot.wa.gov] Sent: Friday, April 20, 2012 11:41 AM To: Archer, SteveMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 20, 2012View Source
Thank you for your response to this request. Anita
Dear Section 106 Concurring Parties:
This week, we are sending out a letter to each Section 106 Concurring Party’s primary point of contact which includes an update to the I-5 to Medina Project’s Area of Potential Effects (APE) to include natural resource mitigation areas.
You are receiving this email because you have been identified as a Section 106 concurring party for the SR 520, I-5 to Medina: Bridge Replacement and HOV Project. If you are not your Concurring Party’s primary representative, please contact that individual about the hard copy letter mailing, and please continue to notify me as to any contact information changes so we can update our records.
We also wanted to notify you that the updated Floating Bridge and Landings Project Community Construction Management Plan (CCMP) is available on our website here. We appreciate your comments and recommendations on the earlier draft version of this document.
As noted in Stipulation XII.A of the Programmatic Agreement, concurring parties may recommend that the signatories consider amendments to this Agreement at regularly scheduled monitoring meetings. At the March 2012 monitoring meeting, representatives from Madison Park and Portage Bay / Roanoke Park Community Councils recommended consideration of such amendments to the Section 106 Programmatic Agreement. WSDOT has requested these written recommendations from Concurring Parties by April 26. Once we have received these requests in writing, we will consult with the Programmatic Agreement signatories on next steps to consider these requests.
As always, please feel free to contact me if you have questions.
Cultural Resources Specialist
WSDOT ESO Mega Projects
999 3rd Avenue, Suite 2424
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 805-2895 (office)
(206) 714-4681 (cell)