|A resident takes in phase II, which is near The Farm.|
|Before the meeting began, residents concerned about a raised median, that seem to impede their ability to exit their housing tract to the west, were looking at the display maps.|
|No microphones were used, which is always a treat, as the short welcome was delivered. Full video below.|
If you watch the video, you'll see that when Dan York says, "Break" indicating that the presentation was over, it took more than 10 seconds for the audience to grasp that that was all there was going to be.
|The crowded display area during question and answer time.|
There was a lot of concern over the raised median that will impede west bound egress from Oak Canyon Drive and Walnut Creek Drive.
|The key concern of many that were in attendance.|
|Assistant City Manager Dan York tries to speak to twenty people at once|
|When phase I and phase II are completed, there will be a total of six new traffic signals, for a total of seven, between the freeway and the city line with Menifee.|
If SB1 doesn't get repealed, construction is set to start in the Summer of 2019.
There really isn't more to share from this meeting. For more details, please see the previous blog on the topic at this LINK.
|A look at the proposed bike lanes, that will be safely away from the traffic lanes.|
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