Poplar, US101 to Humboldt, Traffic Safety Community Workshop May 20 6pm at Main Library Oak Room

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Title: Poplar, US101 to Humboldt, Traffic Safety Community Workshop
Date: May 20, 2010
Start Time: 5:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
Description: Join the City of San Mateo for the first of several interactive community workshops to address safety at Poplar Avenue between US101 and Humboldt. Learn about past efforts and discuss safety improvement options for this corridor with City staff and your neighbors. Be part of the solution!
Refreshments Will Be Provided
RSVPs, Questions, and Special Accommodations:
Call (650) 522-7334

Address: Main Library, Oak Room
55 West 3rd Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94402
Hours: 5:30pm-6:00pm Registration
6:00pm-7:30pm Workshop
Contact: (650) 522-7334
Email: Sheri Costa-Batis
Link: [More Information…]

Sheri Costa-Batis also says:
A few other notes regarding the Poplar, US101 to Humboldt, Traffic Safety Improvement Workshops…

For those of you who are engaged in the public process for both High Speed Rail (HSR) and Poplar, we wanted to let you know that unlike the HSR workshops, we must leave the library by 7:45pm at the latest. That is why we are starting at 6pm.
We are providing refreshments at the workshop. You can tell us at the end of the workshop if providing refreshments is a good idea.
I have also posted the community flyer in Spanish online. We will have an employee at the workshop who can answer questions and translate information in Spanish. We will also have an employee who can speak to families in Chinese at the workshop.

Thank you very much. I hope to see you on Thursday evening. Let me know if you have any questions in advance.

Sheri Costa-Batis
Public Works, City of San Mateo

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