(COLUMBIA, MO) ~ Columbia's Public Works department has announced a second informal open house meeting to discuss traffic calming measures on Hanover Boulevard. The meeting, which will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 27 from 6 to 7 p.m., has been scheduled due to concerns about high speeds on the street.

Originally planned to be held in Room 1B of City Hall, the meeting has been relocated to Conference Room 1C due to a scheduling conflict. City staff will be available in the lobby to assist attendees in finding the correct room.

At the meeting, residents will have the opportunity to review design proposals and speak with Public Works staff. They can also fill out a public comment card, which will be taken into consideration as the design is developed.

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For those unable to attend the meeting, preliminary traffic calming plans can be viewed and comments can be left online at Comments can also be emailed or mailed directly to Columbia Public Works.

Residents are encouraged to contact Public Works staff with any questions or concerns by calling 573.874.CITY (2489). It is important for community members to have their voices heard and participate in these discussions.

All members of the public are welcome to attend this open meeting. For individuals who require accommodations due to disability, please contact Columbia Public Works in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

The City of Columbia is committed to addressing traffic safety concerns and values input from its residents. By working together, they hope to find effective solutions for Hanover Boulevard and other streets in need of traffic calming measures.

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