Columbia River Crossing Facts Forum

CRC Concept Deck Truss 150x150 Columbia River Crossing Facts ForumCascade Policy Institute’s President and CEO, John Charles, will join two other experts to discuss the Columbia River Crossing project. Join other Portland and SW Washington business/property owners, elected officials and community leaders in a fact based forum to be held at the Skyview Auditorium. If you have questions about this project, come and have them answered tonight!

CRC is also known as “Interstate 5 Bridge Replacement Program” in the Oregon Legislature.

Date: Monday, February 25th

Time: 7:00 pm (seating to start at 6:30 pm).

Location: Skyview High School (Theater seating with 900 seat capacity), 1300 NW 139th St, Vancouver, WA 98685

This will be a purely informational meeting as we are finding that our local business leaders and elected officials truly do not have the facts about the proposed CRC project. Representatives from both C-Tran and the CRC office have been invited to join the panel discussion including a question and answer session at this meeting–however they have declined to participate.

To sign up for this forum please reply to [email protected] or fill in our online form that enables you to identify if you will or might be attending.http://tinyurl.com/ab2vsk5

Get more information on the event here or learn more about the project at cascadepolicy.org.

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  • guest

    The CRC as promulgated, should be blocked entirely or at least jacked up in height. This boondoggle is as insane as TriMet’s egregiously stupid Orange LIne – and, all the culpable in spreading the manure in support of both projects really deserve compound culture in a stink’n sewage collection pond like the crap-lake adjacent to Hwy 20 in the Monmouth junction area.

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