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Sisters Transportation Project Offers Concepts For Public Input

SISTERS, OR -- The city of Sisters is looking for public feedback on plans to create a transportation hub at the East Portal Site, a triangle-shaped property bordered by Highway 20, Hood Avenue and Highway 242. The Forest Service sold the parcel to the city earlier this year.

Project Coordinator Jackson Dumanch says they’re now looking for input on several concepts, “We’re maintaining the restroom on site, the community labyrinth, potentially the information kiosk and also just trying to make sure that we hit all the bases, so to speak. We have bus transportation, we can accommodate park and ride, bicycle parking, you know anything that falls under that umbrella of transportation.”

People who live in Sisters Country are encouraged to take part in an open house later this month. “Come to city hall between 4 and 7 p.m. November 16th for the open house, where they can see the concepts, talk with city staff, as well as the project team and they can share their input on what they like, what they’d like to see and we’ll take all that under consideration,” said Dumanch.

He expects City Council will make a final decision early next year. 

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