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SR 28 Wenatchee Eastside Corridor Documents

Glossary
Definitions and explanations for both technical and non-technical terms used during the project can be found in the Glossary. Download the Glossary to learn more. (in Acrobat pdf file format)
Glossary 

Open House on EIS Alternatives Summary
On Thursday August 16, 2001, over one hundred people attended an Open House to review the alternatives proposed for detailed study in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement. The event was open to the general public.

To learn more about the project and the results of the meeting, download the Summary Report. (in Acrobat pdf file format)
Summary Report

Interdisciplinary Team Recommendations
The five concept alignments that came out of the secondary screening process were presented to the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) on July 25, 2001 for evaluation. The IDT recommended eliminating one of the five concept alignments and requested modifications to two. These two, along with the remaining two, are the four concept alternatives that the IDT Recommended undergo detailed study in the Eastside Corridor Environmental Impact Statement. Download the IDT recommendations (4 pages, in Acrobat pdf file format) to learn more.
Interdisciplinary Team Recommendations

Secondary Screening Report
The 16 concepts that came out of the preliminary screening process were evaluated in the secondary screening during June 2001. The five highest-scoring concept alignments in each remaining category, were presented to the Interdisciplinary Team (June 20, 2001), the Citizens Advisory Committee (June 27, 2001) and to the general public at the Scoping Meeting on Alternatives (June 28, 2001). Download the draft final report (31 pages, in Acrobat pdf file format) to learn more. Please note matrix at end of document is 11x17 landscape orientation.
Secondary Screening Report

Preliminary Screening Report
Alignments proposed at the Introductory Open House and Stakeholders Workshop underwent preliminary screening during May 2001. This initial screening narrowed a field of 34 concept alignments down to 16. Download the draft final report (10 pages, in Acrobat pdf file format) to learn more.
Preliminary Screening Report

Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting Summaries
The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is an advisory group composed of people within the community representing a broad range of views, backgrounds, and interests. Members of the CAC were selected from participants in the Stakeholders Workshop. The committee serves in an advisory role to the project team and meets prior to major project milestones to offer advice on significant decisions. While the CAC does not determine project policy or direction, their advice influences project decisions relating to the community it serves. Download the CAC meeting summaries to learn more.  
Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting Summary #2
Meeting Summary #1

Scoping Meeting Summary
On Thursday June 28, 2001, over one hundred people attended the Scoping Meeting on Alternatives to review the screening process and criteria used to evaluate the concept alignments. Download the summary report (14 pages, in Acrobat pdf file format) to learn more.  
Meeting Summary #1

Project Newsletters
Periodically over 11,000 Eastside Corridor Project newsletters are mailed to households and businesses in the East Wenatchee and Rock Island areas. To date, four issues have been published. Download and read past issues for an overview of progress to date: Newsletter #1, March 2001 (288kb), Newsletter #2, June 2001 (1.2mb), Newsletter #3, September 2001 (808kb) and Newsletter #4, June 2003 (492kb) respectively, in Acrobat pdf file format). Please note they are designed to be printed at 11x17 inches in landscape orientation.  
Newsletter #1
Newsletter #2
Newsletter #3
Newsletter #4  

Draft Screening Analysis Report
Alignments proposed at the Introductory Open House and Stakeholders Workshop were evaluated in a two-step screening process during the months of May and June 2001. The initial screening evaluation narrowed a field of 34 concept alignments down to 16. The 16 concepts were evaluated in the secondary screening resulting in the selection of 5 alignments representing each category. Criteria for both the initial and secondary screenings were derived from the project’s purpose and need statement and from criteria proposed by workshop participants. The draft results of this screening process were presented to the Interdisciplinary Team (June 20, 2001), the Citizens Advisory Committee (June 27, 2001) and to the general public at the Scoping Meeting on Alternatives (June 28, 2001).  
Initial Screening
Secondary Screening

Roles and ResponsibilitiesVarious groups are involved in the development of the Eastside Corridor project, each with a specific function to aid in the selection of the preferred alternative. Download this summary document to learn more about the roles and responsibilities of each group and how it fits into to project structure.  
Roles and Responsibilities

Stakeholders Workshop Summary
On May 16, 2001, approximately forty stakeholders (residents, property owners, orchardists, citizen groups, local government agencies, tribes, and business owners) attended a daylong workshop to help identify potential solutions to the safety and mobility issues in the Eastside Corridor. To learn more about the project and the results of the workshop, download the Summary Report (in Acrobat pdf file format).  
Summary Report Part 1
Summary Report Part 2

Introductory Open House Summary
An Introductory Open House was held on Wednesday, March 21, 2001 to introduce the Eastside Corridor project to the public and to solicit their comments. The event was free and open to the general public. Download the Summary Report (in Acrobat pdf file format) for an overview of the Open House process, a summary of public comment and a verbatim record of public comments.
Summary Report

Stakeholder Interviews
In an effort to find a widely supported solution, WSDOT conducted interviews (from March 16 to April 6, 2001) with key stakeholders who represent constituencies affected by the Eastside Corridor project. Those interviewed included citizens, community activists, business leaders, orchardists, transportation providers and emergency service providers. Download the Summary Report (in Acrobat pdf file format) to review the questions and an overview of their responses.  
Stakeholder Interviews

Public Involvement Plan
The overall mission of the public involvement program is to create an atmosphere of openness and trust, to work together with the interested public to identify opportunities and solve controversial issues, contradictions and challenges. The program will engage the public by providing information and by gathering public input from the project’s earliest stages.

Public Involvement Plan