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1 DESIGN PUBLIC HEARING JUNE 22, 2016 AT TOWN HALL AUDITORIUM 11 TOWN HOUSE ROAD WESTON, MASSACHUSETTS 7:00 PM FOR THE PROPOSED DEMOLITION OF LEGACY TOLL PLAZAS ALONG I-90 DISTRICT 6 PLAZAS 14, 15 AND 55 INCLUDING NEW BRIDGE W MASSDOT Project No Bridge No. W Roadway/Bridge Project Management IN THE TOWN OF WESTON, MASSACHUSETTS COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HIGHWAY DIVISION THOMAS J. TINLIN HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATOR PATRICIA A. LEAVENWORTH, P.E. CHIEF ENGINEER 1

2 THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HIGHWAY DIVISION NOTICE OF A DESIGN PUBLIC HEARING Project File No A Design Public Hearing will be held by MassDOT to discuss the proposed elimination of the direct Access from the Liberty Mutual Facility to and from I-95 as a result of the Demolition of Legacy Toll Plazas along I-90 (including new bridge W ) project in Weston, MA. WHERE: Town Hall Auditorium 11 Town House Road Weston, MA WHEN: Wednesday, June 22 7:00 PM PURPOSE: The purpose of this hearing is to provide the public with the opportunity to become fully acquainted with the proposed project. All views and comments made at the public hearing will be reviewed and considered to the maximum extent possible. PROPOSAL: The proposed work will eliminate the direct access from the Liberty Mutual facility within the project area to and from the I-90 & I-95 Interchange. The proposed project also consists of removal of the existing toll plaza administrative and utility building(s); staged removal of the existing toll booths, gantries, canopies and access tunnels; removal of existing parking lot(s) and parking access drives; and geometric modifications and roadway reconstruction to the I-90 & I-95 Interchange. A secure right-of-way is necessary for this project. Acquisitions in fee and permanent or temporary easements may be required. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is responsible for acquiring all needed rights in private or public lands. MassDOT s policy concerning land acquisitions will be discussed at this hearing. Written views received by MassDOT subsequent to the date of this notice and up to five (5) days prior to the date of the hearing shall be displayed for public inspection and copying at the time and date listed above. Plans will be on display one-half hour before the hearing begins, with an engineer in attendance to answer questions regarding this project. A project handout will be made available on the MassDOT website listed below. Written statements and other exhibits in place of, or in addition to, oral statements made at the Design Public Hearing regarding the proposed undertaking are to be submitted to Patricia A. Leavenworth, P.E., Chief Engineer, MassDOT, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116, Attention: Highway Design Project File No Such submissions will also be accepted at the hearing. Mailed statements and exhibits intended for inclusion in the public hearing transcript must be postmarked within ten (10) business days of this Design Public Hearing. Project inquiries may be ed to This location is accessible to people with disabilities. MassDOT provides reasonable accommodations and/or language assistance free of charge upon request (including but not limited to interpreters in American Sign Language and languages other than English, open or closed captioning for videos, assistive listening devices and alternate material formats, such as audio tapes, Braille and large print), as available. For accommodation or language assistance, please contact MassDOT s Chief Diversity and Civil Rights Officer by phone ( ), fax ( ), TTD/TTY ( ) or by Requests should be made as soon as possible prior to the hearing, and for more difficult to arrange services including sign-language, CART or language translation or interpretation, requests should be made at least ten (10) business days before the hearing. In case of inclement weather, hearing cancellation announcements will be posted on the internet at THOMAS J. TINLIN HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATOR PATRICIA A. LEAVENWORTH, P.E. CHIEF ENGINEER

3 MassDOT Public Hearing Handout Introductory Letter Dear Concerned Citizen: The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is committed to building and maintaining a transportation infrastructure that is both safe and efficient for all who use our roadways, bridges, bicycle facilities and pedestrian paths, while maintaining the integrity of the environment. As part of the design process for this project, we are conducting this public hearing to explain the proposed improvements, listen to your comments and answer any questions you may have. At the conclusion of the hearing, MassDOT will review all of your comments and, where feasible, incorporate them into the design of the project. We recognize that road and bridge construction can create inconveniences for the public. MassDOT places a great deal of emphasis on minimizing the temporary disruptive effects of construction. MassDOT encourages input from local communities and values your opinions. Please be assured that we will undertake no project without addressing the concerns of the community. Sincerely, Patricia A Leavenworth, P. E. Chief Engineer

4 WHAT IS A PUBLIC HEARING? WHY A PUBLIC HEARING? To provide an assured method whereby the Commonwealth of Massachusetts can furnish to the public information concerning the State s highway construction proposals, and to afford every interested resident of the area an opportunity to be heard on any proposed project. At the same time, the hearings afford the Commonwealth an additional opportunity to receive information from local sources which would be of value to the State in making its final decisions to what design should be advanced for development. WHY NOT A VOTE ON HIGHWAY PLANS? The hearings are not intended to be a popular referendum for the purpose of determining the nature of a proposed improvement by a majority of those present. They do not relieve the duly constituted officials of a State highway department of the necessity for making decisions in State highway matters for which they are charged with full responsibility. WHAT DOES A PUBLIC HEARING ACCOMPLISH? It is designed to ensure the opportunity for, or the availability of, a forum to provide factual information which is pertinent to the determination of the final alternative considered by the state to best serve the public interest, and on which improvement projects are proposed to be undertaken. It is important that the people of the area express their views in regard to the proposal being presented, so that views can be properly recorded in the minutes of the meeting. These minutes will be carefully studied and taken into consideration in the determination of the final design.

5 TO SAFEGUARD THE PROPERTY OWNER If your property, or a portion of it, must be acquired by the State for highway purposes in the interest of all people of the Commonwealth, your rights are fully protected under the law. Briefly, here are some of the answers to questions you might ask. 1. WHO CONTACTS ME? Representatives of the Right of Way Bureau of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation s Highway Division. They will explain the impacts and your rights as protected under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter WHAT IS A FAIR PRICE FOR MY PROPERTY? Every offer is made to ensure that an equitable value is awarded to you for the property, or to appraise the damage to the property as a result of the acquisition. MassDOT appraisers, independent appraisers, MassDOT Review Appraisers and a Real Estate Appraisal Review Board may all contribute in arriving at an award of damages. The State also pays a proportionate part of the real estate tax for the current year for fee takings, and interest from the date the property is acquired to the payment date, on all impacts. 3. MUST I ACCEPT THE DEPARTMENT S OFFER? No. If, after the figure established as market value has been offered to the owner, the owner feels he or she is not being offered a fair price, he or she has the right, within three years, to appeal to the courts. Pending a court decision, he or she can be paid on a protanto basis (or for the time being ) that in no way prejudices the court appeal. 4. WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO MY HOUSE? The owner will have the opportunity to buy back his or her house, provided he or she has a location to which it can be moved, and the proper permits for its removal. If the owner does not wish to repurchase, the house will be advertised for bids. The highest bidder, who must also have a location and permits for removal, will be awarded the house. Otherwise, the structure will be slated for demolition. 5. WHAT HAPPENS IF I MUST RELOCATE? In addition to the market value of the property, the Department pays certain relocation benefits for both owners and tenants of acquired residences and businesses who meet eligibility requirements. Assistance in relocation is also provided. Department brochures are available for details on these benefits.

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7 Project Location The existing toll plaza demolition project is located in the Town of Weston, Massachusetts. It is part of a system to system interchange between I-90 and I-95. The project is part of the National Highway System (NHS) and is considered a limited access highway. The toll plaza locations are along I-90 just west of the I-95. Purpose The goal of this project is to remove roadway and roadside infrastructure no longer needed following the conversion from the existing ticket and barrier system tolls to an All Electronic Tolling System (AETS). The removal of the existing 24 toll plazas will result in traffic mobility and safety improvements. Existing Condition The Massachusetts Turnpike System is comprised of the 124-mile Western Turnpike (Interstate Highway I-90) between the New York state line and Exits 14/15/55 in Weston, and the Metropolitan Highway System (MHS) which includes the urbanized part of I-90 as well as the Sumner/Callahan Tunnels, the Williams Tunnel, and the Tobin Bridge. The Turnpike toll plazas employ lanes with manual, dedicated Electronic Toll Collection (ETC), automatic ticket issuing machine (ATM), or dual model manual/etc toll collection. Also, at each plaza, one or more of the physical lanes toward the middle of the plaza are reversible to better match transaction processing capacity to the directionality of the traffic flow. Wide lanes are provided at each toll plaza to accommodate wide load trucks. Figure 1 below shows the toll plaza configuration at Toll Plaza 14. Toll Plaza 14 (Weston) provides I-90 connections to I-90 west, I-95 (Route 128), Route 30 and River Street. Figure 1: Toll Plaza 14

8 Figure 2 shows the toll plaza configuration at Toll Plaza 15. Toll Plaza 15 is located on the I-90 mainline in Weston and is the terminus of the Western Turnpike. Figure 2: Toll Plaza 15 Figure 3 below shows the toll plaza configuration for Toll Plaza 55. Toll Plaza 55 (Weston) has two locations on both sides of Toll Plaza 15. The toll plaza south of Plaza 15 provides eastbound access to I-90 from Route 30, Park Road, and Riverside Drive. The plaza north of Toll Plaza 15 provides access from I-90 westbound to I-95 (Route 128), Route 30, Park Road, and Riverside Drive. Figure 3: Toll Plaza 55Scope of Work

9 Scope of Work The work to be performed under this contract consists of, but is not limited to, the removal of roadway, and roadside infrastructure no longer needed following the implementation of the I-90 All Electronic Tolling System at Plaza 14 (Weston) and Plaza 15 and 55 (Weston). The work, in general, shall consist of the following: PLAZA 14 (Weston) staged removal of the existing toll booths, gantries and canopies and access tunnels; removal of a portion of the tandem truck lot operation; modifications to the connector on (Ramp J) and off ramps (Ramp L) to I-95 to meet the higher speed required for this connector ramp system; and the construction of a new relocated I-90 westbound to I-95 ramp (Ramp R) further to the west to improve the existing weaving condition. This ramp replaces the existing short weave ramp (Ramp H2) as shown and called for on the Contract Documents. PLAZA 15 and 55 (Weston) removal of the existing toll plaza administrative and utility building(s); staged removal of the existing toll booths, gantries and canopies and access tunnels; removal of the existing ramp connections to the leased Liberty Mutual property; modifications to the existing I-90 eastbound and westbound mainline to provide for the increase in travel speed associated with the removal of the toll plazas. The modifications include lowering the existing mainline of I-90 approximately six (6) feet and introducing the required 6% superelevation all as shown and called for on the Contract Documents. In support of the toll plaza demolition a preferred roadway alternative was developed that addresses some of the impacts and constraints remaining once the toll plaza are removed. Figure 4 shows the preferred alternative configuration. Note that the following ramps currently serve this location: North side: Ramp H2 I-90 westbound Off-Ramp for vehicles accessing I-95 (Route 128) northbound and southbound. Ramp K I-90 westbound Off-Ramp for vehicles accessing Park Road and Access Road. South side: Ramp G I-90 eastbound On-Ramp for vehicles originating from I-95 northbound and southbound, River Road and Route 30. Ramp P I-90 eastbound On-Ramp for vehicles originating from Park Road and Riverside Drive. The preferred alternative includes construction of a new ramp ( Ramp R ) to replace the existing I-90 westbound Off-Ramp to I-95 (Ramp H2). The new exit Ramp R will provide one 12-foot wide lane with an eight-foot inside shoulder and 2-foot outside shoulder approximately 1,300 feet west of its former H2 location, and join with Ramp J (traffic exiting from I-90 eastbound) approximately 300 feet in advance of the location of former Toll Plaza 14. In the vicinity of former Toll Plaza 15 (on the I-90 mainline), the preferred alternative provides two eastbound travel lanes and three westbound travel lanes. All travel lanes are 12 feet wide and

10 shoulder widths vary. A concrete median separates travel in eastbound and westbound directions. A guard rail is provided along the outside eastbound shoulder. Ramps G and P will approach the former eastbound Toll Plaza 55 as single lanes and then merge into one lane (Ramp P) immediately east of the former toll plaza. The gore between these two ramps is lengthened. Ramp P is 12 feet wide with a 2-foot outside shoulder and enter I-90 eastbound in its own (3 rd lane). The Ramp K I-90 westbound off-ramp is one lane 12 feet wide with an inside shoulder width of 2 feet and an outside shoulder width of eight feet. This ramp exit occurs approximately 180 feet in advance of the former toll plaza location. A guardrail is provided along the outside shoulder of Ramp K. The removal of the Toll Plazas 15 and 55 and the proposed roadway geometry allows for the narrowing of roadway in this vicinity from 22 total toll lanes to seven travel lanes. Currently, the existing toll plazas have a posted speed limit of 15 MPH. The proposed configuration will provide roadway design speeds of 60 MPH at former Toll Plaza 15 (along the I-90 mainline), and 30 MPH at former Toll Plaza 55 (I-90 entering/exiting vehicles). The existing toll plaza building will be eliminated. The existing toll plaza gantry and pedestrian tunnels will be removed to a depth of 4.5 feet. Minor modifications will be made to the toll plaza area to meet the proposed cross section, including the need to mill and overlay, and restripe the existing roadway. The modifications at Toll Plazas 14, 15/55 will include approximately 249,000 square feet of full depth pavement reconstruction and approximately 380,000 square feet of pavement mill and overlay, and restriping. There are no design exceptions for Toll Plazas 15 and 55 other than the existing substandard features at the tie in area outside of the project limits.

11 Figure 4: Toll Plazas 14/15/55 Preferred Alternative

12 Maintenance of Traffic During Construction The primary construction elements at Toll Plazas 14 and 15/55 are the demolition of the existing tolling structures and the subsequent restoration of the roadway area impacted by the removal of the plazas. Additional work includes roadway reconstruction upstream and downstream of the plaza areas to accommodate appropriate transitions through the legacy plaza locations, and to provide proper horizontal and vertical alignments. Below is a detailed description of the major components of the project during construction phase for Plaza 14, with a similar sequence planned for Plazas 15/55. For both plazas, the base condition will be the AETS Go-Live roadway and lane configurations. Peak hour traffic volumes have been evaluated at each plaza, and sufficient capacity will be provided to accommodate the highest hourly traffic demand during each phase of construction. Toll Plaza 14 Toll Plaza 14 construction staging plans are shown in Figure5. Construction Phase 1 (not shown in figure) includes construction of a new ramp (Ramp R) that will eventually replace the existing I-90 westbound Off-Ramp to I-95 (Ramp H2). The new exit Ramp R will provide one 12-foot wide lane approximately 1,300 feet west of its former location. In addition, temporary pavement will be installed for approximately 130 feet along the outside exiting lane (northeast of the Toll Plaza 14). Construction Phase 2 (see Figure5) consists of removing and restoring the central portion of Toll Plaza 14, which includes removal of lanes #4-9, and toll booths D, E, F, G, and H. I-90 entering (westbound) vehicles originating from local streets and I-95 southbound (Ramp D) and I-95 northbound will utilize existing lanes #10, #11 and #12. The outside lane (#13) will not be used. Three lanes in each direction will be provided. Since Ramp H-2 is closed during this phase, traffic is diverted to new Ramp R. I-90 exiting (eastbound) vehicles originating from I-90 westbound (the new Ramp R) and I-90 eastbound (Ramp J) will utilize existing lanes #1, #2 and #3. Existing toll booths C and I and temporary double faced concrete barriers will separate travel lanes from the central construction zone. Construction of a median will take place during this phase. During construction Phase 3, the vehicular travel lanes will shift to the center, and the toll plaza demolition and roadway reconstruction will occur on both (north and south) sides of the toll plaza area. On the north side, the work zone will extend approximately 1,800 linear feet total in the former toll plaza area. On the south side, the work zone will extend approximately 1,200 linear feet total in the former toll plaza area. The existing toll plaza building, plus lanes #1, #2, #3, #10, #11, #12 and #13, and toll booths A, B, C, I, J, K, L and M will be removed during this phase. The two travel lanes north of the toll plaza area, that will be used for I-90 entering (westbound) vehicles originating from I-95 northbound, will taper down to one lane, which will align with the single lane provided for I-90 entering (westbound) vehicles originating from local streets and I- 95 southbound (Ramp D). These two ramps will meet in advance of the toll plazas to provide two 11-foot wide westbound lanes through the toll plaza area. One-foot wide shoulders will be provided on both sides of the eastbound direction. The gore between these two ramps will be temporarily extended by approximately 240 feet using reflective traffic drums. The two lanes that will be used for I-90 exiting (eastbound) vehicles originating from I-90 eastbound (Ramp J) will taper down to one lane, which will align with I-90 exiting (eastbound)

13 vehicles originating from I-90 westbound (the new Ramp R). The taper to channel the vehicular merge from two lanes to one on Ramp J, and the gore between Ramps J and R, will be temporarily marked with reflective traffic drums and temporary pavement markings. In the vicinity of the former toll plazas, the temporary eastbound lanes provided will be 12-feet wide. Two-foot wide shoulders will be provided on both sides of the eastbound direction and an inside median that varies between 9-13 feet wide will separate the eastbound and westbound travel lanes. A shoulder mentioned previously and temporary double faced concrete barriers will separate the two outside lanes from the work zones on either side. The construction work zone during Phase 4 (not shown in figure) includes the two gore areas on either side of the former toll plaza area. For I-90 entering (westbound) vehicles, both approaches from I-95 northbound and Ramp D will taper from two lanes to one in advance of the gore area. For I-90 exiting (eastbound) vehicles, the new Ramp R provides a single lane approach, while Ramp J tapers from two lanes to one lane in advance of the gore area. Temporary double faced concrete barriers will separate each of these ramp lanes from the gore area construction zone. For construction Phase 4, the two travel lanes for I-90 entering (westbound) will be 12-foot wide lanes, and an additional (third) I-90 exiting (eastbound) lane (12 feet wide) will be provided. The inside shoulder in the westbound direction will be two-feet wide, while the inside shoulder in the eastbound direction will be four-feet wide. Eastbound and westbound traffic will be separated by a center median that varies between 9-13-feet wide. In the vicinity of the former toll plazas, the outside eastbound shoulder will be eight feet wide, and the outside westbound shoulder will be 12 feet wide. The Final configuration will remain the same as Phase 4, with the additional wider inside and outside shoulders in both directions. Guardrails will be constructed along the outside lanes in both directions. Figure 5: Toll Plaza 14 Construction Plan

14 Toll Plazas 15 & 55 Toll Plazas 15 and 55 construction staging plans are shown in Figure6. Construction Phase 1 (not shown in the figure) includes construction of a new ramp (Ramp R) previously mentioned in the Toll Plaza 14 construction staging description. In addition, temporary pavement will be installed for approximately 80 feet in between and in advance of the westbound lanes for Toll Plazas 15 and 55. In Construction Phase 2 (see Figure6), Ramp H2 is closed, and I-90 westbound Off-Ramp traffic to I-95 is diverted to the new Ramp R. Advanced signage will be installed directing vehicles to the new exit. Construction Phase 2 includes removal and restoration of the central portions of Toll Plaza 15, which includes removal of lanes #7-14, and toll booths G, H, I, J, K, L and M. In the westbound direction, the existing three outside lanes (#15, #16 and #17) will be used for mainline I-90 traffic, and two of the center Plaza 55 lanes (lanes #19 and #20) on Ramp K will be used for vehicles exiting I-90. In the eastbound direction, the existing two outside lanes (#5 and #6) will be used for mainline I-90 traffic, and the two outside Plaza 55 lanes (lanes #1 and #2) on Ramp P will be used for vehicles entering I-90. Lane channelization along travel lanes and gore areas will be marked using temporary striping and reflective traffic drums. Toll booths F and N, plus temporary double faced concrete barriers will separate travel lanes from the central construction zone. Construction of a median barrier on I-90 will take place during this phase. During construction Phase 3, the vehicular travel lanes will shift to the center, and the toll plaza demolition and roadway reconstruction will occur on both (north and south) sides of the toll plaza area between temporary I-90 mainline travel lanes and entering/exiting (Plaza 55) lanes. On the north side, the work zone extends approximately 1,300 linear feet total in the toll plaza area. On the south side, the work zone extends in excess of approximately 2,800 linear feet in the toll plaza area. Lanes #2-6 and #15-18 and toll booths B, C, D, E, F, N and O will be removed during this phase. I-90 mainline vehicles will use three centrally located 12-foot wide westbound lanes and two 12- foot wide eastbound lanes. A one to two-foot wide inside shoulder and median barrier will separate eastbound and westbound traffic. An outside shoulder of one to two feet and temporary double faced concrete barriers will separate the two outside travel lanes from the work zones on either side. I-90 exiting vehicles (Plaza 55 on the north side) will continue to use the same two lanes (#19 and #20) as during construction Phase 2. I-90 entering vehicles (Plaza 55 on the south side) will use only the existing outside lane (#1). Toll booths A and P, as well as temporary double faced concrete barriers will separate the entering/exiting lanes from the central construction zone. The construction work zone during Phase 4 includes all of the exiting (westbound) side of Plaza 55 and all but the newly constructed inside lane of the entering (eastbound) side of Plaza 55. This phase also includes demolition of the existing toll plaza building on the south side of the plazas. Two additional reconstruction areas include the outside section of the I-90 westbound mainline in advance of the former toll plaza area, and an area along the outside portion of Ramp K approximately 240 linear feet. For I-90 mainline westbound vehicles during construction Phase 4, three 12-foot wide lanes will be provided in the central portion of the roadway with a two-foot inside shoulder. Westbound vehicles exiting I-90 will be provided with a 12-foot wide one-lane exit approximately 170 feet in advance of the former toll booths and a varied inside shoulder and eight-foot wide outside shoulder. For I-90 mainline eastbound vehicles, two 12-foot wide lanes with a varied inside and

15 outside shoulders. A center median (varied width) will separate I-90 eastbound and westbound vehicles. Eastbound vehicles entering I-90 will be provided with a newly constructed 12-foot wide single lane along the inside portion of Plaza 55. Reflective drums will be provided along the inside shoulder and a temporary double faced concrete barrier will separate this lane from the construction zone to the outside (south). During Phases 3 and 4, construction may require the temporary closure of the I-90 exit ramp that connects with Park Road and Route 30 (Ramp K). If this closure occurs, a detour would be necessary for these vehicles. The detour would involve drivers taking the new Ramp R to the ramp for I-95 northbound, to the off ramp to Route 30, and then turning left on Route 30 to Park Road. This detour is shown in Figure 7. Figure 6: Toll Plazas 15 and 55 Construction Plan

16 Figure 7: Temporary Detour for Ramp K Construction

17 Construction Phase 5 (not shown in figure) will include all milling and pavement overlay operations, plus installation of signs, pavement markings, and other traffic management devices. The layout for the Final configuration is the same as under Phase 4, with the exception of the eastbound vehicles entering I-90 (former Plaza 55). This lane will be shifted to the southernmost portion of the former toll plaza area. It will consist of a newly constructed single 12-foot wide lane with an eight-foot wide inside shoulder, a two foot-wide outside shoulder, and guardrails on both sides. Project Status The plans on display this evening are 100% (design stage) complete. Comments from this evening will be reviewed and addressed in the final design. The process with continue to the Plans Specifications and Estimate and the award of the construction contract. Construction is anticipated to be completed over a 24 month period. Project Costs At this time, the estimated participating cost of construction is approximately $23,779, Funding for the construction of this project will be by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

18 THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HIGHWAY DIVISION NON FEDERAL AID PROJECT WESTON, MA DEMOLITION OF LEGACY TOLL PLAZAS ALONG I-90 DISTRICT 6 PLAZAS 14, 15 AND 55 INCLUDING NEW BRIDGE W Project File No This sheet is provided for your comments. Your input is solicited and appreciated. Please return your sheet, with comments, to a staff member at the meeting, or mail to: Patricia A. Leavenworth, P.E., Chief Engineer MassDOT Highway Division 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA Attn: Roadway/Bridge Project Management The final date for receipt of written statements and exhibits for inclusion into the official hearing transcript will be ten (10) days after the Public Hearing. PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT LEGIBLY. Name: Title: Organization: Address:

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