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Monday, April 26, 2010

Intersection comments accepted until May 4.

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Jason Wright
jason.wright@cityofmiltonga.us
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Plans, comment cards available at City Hall and online.

MILTON, GA., April 26, 2010 - Citizens still have opportunities to make comments on and view plans for improvements to the intersections of SR 140 (Arnold Mill Road) at New Providence Road and SR 372 (Birmingham Highway) at Providence/New Providence roads, said City of Milton Transportation Engineer Sara Leaders.

The comments can be made online, in writing or at City Hall, she said.

"The City of Milton and Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) want to thank citizens for attending the April 20 public information open house for the proposed intersection improvements," said Leaders. "But for those who could not make it, there are still several opportunities to review the proposals and make comments until May 4."

Leaders said comments may be made via the Web at www.dot.ga.gov. Click on "Public Outreach" from the "Information Center" dropdown menu at the top right side of the page. When prompted for a county, choose "Fulton" from the dropdown menu. The project is named "SR 140 and CR 27, and at SR 372 and CR 27." There is a link for "Comments" above the project name on its landing page.

You may also view GDOT's project page by clicking here.

Project information, including the displays, is also online at www.miltonintersectionprojects.com.

Comments may also be made at Milton City Hall -- 13000 Deerfield Pkwy, Suite 107E Milton, GA 30004 -- where the displays from the public meeting and comment cards will be available until May 4.

Leaders said written comments may also be submitted to:
Mr. Glenn Bowman, P.E.State Environmental AdministratorGeorgia Department of Transportation600 West Peachtree Street NW, 16th FloorAtlanta, GA 30308

"We hope you will take advantage of one of these opportunities to let the city and GDOT know your view of the proposals," said Leaders.

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