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Posted by Kate Fichter, South Station Expansion Project Manager

Many thanks to everyone who attended Monday’s Public Scoping Session for the South Station Expansion project. We were pleased that so many people joined us for the Session, and are grateful for the thoughtful comments.  They will help to make the project a better one.

If you did not attend, you can visit the project website to see the presentation, print the fact sheet, and read up on the latest project news. Comments on the Environmental Notification Form are still being accepted. The document is available on the project website, at the State Transportation Library, and at the Massachusetts State Library. Copies are also available upon request from Joe Grilli at 617-532-2244 or jgrilli@hntb.com.

You can submit comments by mail, fax, or email. Submission information is below:

Secretary Richard K. Sullivan, Jr., Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, MEPA Office, EEA # 15028, Attention: Holly Johnson, MEPA Analyst, 100 Cambridge Street, Suite 900, Boston, MA 02114

Fax: 617-626-1181 Email: Holly.S.Johnson@state.ma.us

All comments must be received by April 9, 2013.

We are also interested in learning more about you and your interests in the South Station Expansion project. Please take a few minutes to complete this quick online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SSX_April2013.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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