OREGON 99 PLAN UNDER REVIEW Local residents, business owners and commuters who live, work and drive along the Oregon 99 Corridor from north Ashland to south Medford expressed clearcut opinions about the future of the highway.
a draft corridor plan for future improvements. “We received a lot of public input at our summer open house, as well as from our media interviews,” said Horlacher.
is no one project “ There solution for the entire
corridor but there are options for many different improvements.
Started in 2010, the Oregon 99 Corridor Study According to is working to find ODOT Planner ways to enhance Ian Horlacher, — ODOT Planner Ian Horlacher transportation safety Oregon 99 and capacity over the was under the next 20 years. microscope this summer after the agency released
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Business Resource Fair Oct. 18 The 12th Annual Rogue Valley Business Resource Fair provides free information in the forms of industry and trade seminars, consultations, and other key resources for small business owners and those considering an entrepreneurial venture. The event is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, October 18 at the RCC / SOU Higher Education Center, 101 Bartlett Street in Medford. Admission is free. Pre-registration and same-day registration is available and you can register online. Business and government agencies, including the Oregon Employer
Council and ODOT, will staff booths in Exhibitors Hall. “The Resource Fair is neither a sales event nor a trade show,” said ODOT Civil Rights Field Coordinator Christie Meacham. “This is an invaluable opportunity, a golden ticket if you will, for business owners to tap private and public resources that can help their business become more successful.” More information about the Rogue Valley Business Resource Fair is available online at www.sou.edu/sbdc/ businessresourcefair.
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