The Ozarks Transportation Organization announces a public comment period for the public to review and comment on the Annual Listing of Obligated Projects (ALOP). The ALOP is a listing of federal funds obligated on projects within the OTO area in the 2017 Federal Fiscal Year. The 2017 Federal Fiscal Year runs from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017. Though published separately, the ALOP is part of the FY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program.
Visit https://giveusyourinput.org/category/public-comment/ or the OTO offices to review the Listing in further detail and to submit comments. Comments can also be submitted in writing to Ozarks Transportation Organization, 2208 W. Chesterfield Boulevard, Suite 101, Springfield, Missouri 65807, emailed to email@example.com, or faxed to 417-862-6013.
The public comment period will end at noon on December 14, 2017. The OTO Board of Directors will review and consider accepting the Annual Listing of Obligated Projects at their December 14, 2017 Board Meeting, held at 12:00 noon at 2208 W. Chesterfield Boulevard, Suite 101, Springfield, Missouri. After reviewing recommendations and entertaining public comment, the OTO Board of Directors will decide whether to formally accept the Listing.
For more information, contact: Natasha Longpine, Principal Planner, Ozarks Transportation Organization, 2208 W. Chesterfield Boulevard, Suite 101, Springfield, Missouri 65807, 417-865-3042.
Ozarks Transportation Organization is your Springfield-regional Metropolitan Planning Organization, or MPO. The MPO is a body of elected and appointed members who work together with local, state and federal elected officials and policy-makers, serving to make funding and planning decisions for transportation within the Springfield, MO region.
Public input is a cornerstone of our operations. To tell us what you think, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @giveusyourinput. Or call, or stop by our office at 2208 W. Chesterfield Boulevard, Suite 101, in beautiful Chesterfield Village.