Residents of Beaver County will be able to have their voices heard this week as one local commission opens the comment period for infrastructure projects in the area.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) has announced that they will hold a virtual meeting for county residents to have their comments heard on local transportation and infrastructure improvement projects at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Residents can access the meeting at https://www.spcregion.org/events/public-participation-panel-beaver-county/ during the scheduled time to offer their feedback.
The comment period, which is a part of the region’s Long-Range Transportation Plan, will serve as a way to gain residents’ input and adjust certain parts of the $35 billion infrastructure plan that will continue to make changes to some of the plans for Beaver County’s roadways.
The SPC has held similar events over the past year as well, offering some suggestions for local projects and transportation improvements.
If residents are unable to attend the meeting but still wish to provide opinions, the SPC is inviting the public to comment on potential infrastructure issues in writing from May 11 to June 9. According to the organization, comments can be summited via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, completing an online form on their website, faxing their opinions to 412-391-9160 or by mailing comments to Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission’s address at PO Box 101429, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
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