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Open house Nov. 28 to discuss SR 150/No See-Um Road intersection

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Date:  Monday, November 19, 2012

Contact: Jeff Adamson WSDOT Communications 509-667-2815 (Wenatchee)
Kevin Waligorski WSDOT Project engineer 509-667-2860 (Wenatchee)

CHELAN – Improvements are on the way for the increasingly busy State Route 150/No See-Um Road intersection – and local residents and drivers are invited to share their thoughts on design options at an open house at the end of the month.

Both options under consideration include moving the intersection to the northwest, connecting Spader Bay Road as a fourth leg of the intersection, and adding either turn lanes or a roundabout.

Public discussion on the benefits and trade-offs of each option will help determine the final design for the intersection. Drivers and residents can share their feedback with Washington State Department of Transportation engineers at an open house on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the Chelan City Hall:

• What: SR 150/No See-Um Road intersection improvements
• Where: Chelan City Hall, 135 Johnson Ave. Chelan WA
• When: 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28

Hundreds of drivers will use this intersection to access yet-to-be-developed residential lots. More than 10,000 vehicles per day already use the intersection and are causing longer delays for traffic. In 2012, WSDOT received funding from the Supplemental Transportation Budget to design and develop plans by the summer of 2013 for improvements at the intersection of SR 150/No See-Um Road. There is currently no funding available for construction or to purchase property needed for construction of this project.

For more information visit the project’s webpage:


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
Individuals requiring reasonable accommodations may request written materials in alternate formats, sign language interpreters, physical accessibility accommodations, or other reasonable accommodations by contacting project engineer Kevin Waligorski at 509-667-2860 by Sept. 5. Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may contact the event sponsor through the Washington Relay Service at 7-1-1.

Información del Acta (ADA) para estadounidenses con discapacidades
Los individuos que requieran acomodación razonable pueden solicitar materiales impresos en formatos alternos, intérpretes de lenguaje de señas, acomodación de accesibilidad física, u otras acomodaciones razonables, informando al patrocinador del evento Kevin Waligorski a 509-667-2860 por Sept. 5. Las personas que son sordas o tienen impedimentos del oído pueden informar al patrocinador del evento por medio del Servicio de Relé de Washington, llamando al 7-1-1. 

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