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July 15, 2016

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As your representative,
I am here to listen and to help. Please don't hesitate to contact me.

Rep.Harriet.Drummond
@akleg.gov

IN JUNEAU
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(907) 465-3875
State Capitol Rm  112
Juneau, AK 99801

IN ANCHORAGE
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(907) 269-0190
733 W. 4th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501

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Spenard Road Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Spenard Corridor design

The project managers for the Spenard Corridor Plan would like to invite you to participate in their first community survey.

The goal of the Spenard Corridor Plan is to improve Spenard Road and focus on transit-oriented development.

Click HERE for a link to the survey.

Spenard is a unique and diverse neighborhood. What started out as a “tent city” and a separate Municipality, Spenard is now the heart of Anchorage.

There are several ways you can learn more and help make sure the Spenard Corridor Plan is a success:

July 27  Public Workshop, Spenard Recreation Center (6:00pm-8:30pm) This public workshop will include presentations from the SCP project management team, small group work sessions that include interactive mapping of issues and opportunities, redevelopment opportunities and improvements to  bicycle and pedestrian networks in the planning area.

July 28   Guided Bicycle Tour, begin at Bosco’s (6:30pm – 8:30pm) This bicycle tour will be led by members of Bike Anchorage. We will be stopping at local businesses and various points of interest and concern.  The tour will begin and end at Bosco’s Comic Book Store (2301 Spenard Rd), where refreshments will be provided.

There are exciting things in store for Spenard and I can’t wait to see where our neighborhood goes in the future!

Sincerely,

Harriet Drummond[signed]

Harriet Drummond