On June 19, 2018, the Port Commission hosted the second in a series of public work sessions intended to provide in-depth information on the myriad complex issues related to efforts to replace the Hood River/White Salmon Interstate Bridge, from national and international experts in the field.
This work session featured presentations from Angela Findley, Project Manager at WSP Engineering on the NEPA process and from Lowell Clary, President of Clary Consulting on delivery alternatives. The slides from each of these presentations, as well as the Introduction and Next Steps conclusion provided by Kevin Greenwood, Port of Hood River Bridge Replacement Project Director, are available for download below.
Attendees included Washington Senator Curtis King, Bingen Mayor Betty Barnes, White Salmon Mayor David Poucher, Gorge Commission Chair Lorrie DeKay, Klickitat County Public Works Director Gordie Kelsey, Port of Klickitat Executive Director Marc Thornsbury, Insitu Community Relations Manager Tamara Kaufman, private citizens, and members of the media.
Questions or comments can be submitted to Kevin Greenwood at email@example.com or by calling (541) 436-0797.