Contact: Tim McAlavy
Phone: (903) 737-9213
Date: May 28, 2019
PARIS – Texas Department of Transportation officials today announced that two public meetings have been scheduled in June in Hunt County to share more information on the State Highway 34 feasibility study with the public and other interested stakeholders.
The first meeting is set for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 18 at Butler Intermediate School (410 Clardy Drive) in Quinlan, Texas. The second meeting is set for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 20 at Fletcher Warren Civic Center (5501 Business Hwy. 69 South) in Greenville, Texas.
All interested persons are invited to attend one or both meetings to provide input on the feasibility study TxDOT is conducting for a 20-mile portion of SH 34, from I-30 to CR 2312. The study is designed to determine critical engineering elements, economic feasibility, design concepts, general rights-of-way requirements, and any associated project impacts. Future growth in this area may require an update of the existing roadway.
Both meetings will follow a come-and-go open house format to allow participants a chance to meet the project team, hear a short overview presentation, view project information and provide feedback. Staff will be available at both meetings to answer questions. Both meetings will present the same information, officials said.
TxDOT makes every reasonable effort to accommodate the needs of the public. Both meetings will be conducted in English. Persons with special communication or accommodation needs, including language interpreters, should call (903) 455-2303 at least five working days prior to the meeting. Advance notice is requested as some accommodations may require time to arrange.
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