· Signage (e.g., "Hill Hides Congestion"): implementation imminent (see my previous email)
· Rigert and 175th intersection safety improvements: funding received, could be implemented within the next year
· High Hill Ln - “the kink”: WashCo LUT is planning on installing permanently fixed speed feedback monitor (sign)s on the approach to the kink to encourage drivers to slow down; signs to be installed about the same time as the Rigert/175th project is implemented (within the next year). “Straightening the kink” is still the City of Beaverton’s high priority (which Save175th is still opposing vehemently).
· Traffic monitoring device and noise complaint issues: this is up to us; maybe we can setup up “Neighborhood Watch” to capture license plates of offenders (any volunteers?)
· Kemmer & 175th intersection: don’t expect anything soon – LUT knows something is needed but doesn’t know exactly what is really needed as yet; in study mode
· Lowering Speed Limit: there are sections where it will be advised, but not enforced.
Note: moving the mailboxes is a Federal (Post Office) issue and is still be pursued by us with Federal Agencies; this is outside of Washington County legislation.
Detailed responses can be viewed in this document.