There will be no Commission meeting in August. The next meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at 9:30 a.m. at the Riverside County Administrative Center, Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California.
The Commission also maintains a speaker’s bureau that actively makes presentations throughout the county on transportation issues. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation for your service club or community organization, please contact Eliza Echevarria at (951) 787‑7141 or email@example.com.
During the past month, Commissioners and/or staff participated at the following events:
June 13: Four Corners Coalition — 2013 Economic Summit
June 13: Moreno Valley’s Chamber of Commerce Meeting — RCTC Projects
June 13: Western Riverside Council of Government’s General Assembly
June 13: Transportation NOW — Presentation on 91 Project
June 18: Presentation to Prospective Investors — 91 Project — New York
June 19: Presentation to Prospective Investors — 91 Project — Boston
June 19: Norco Chamber of Commerce — 91 Project
June 19: Norco City Council — 91 Project
June 19: Future Ports’ Annual Conference
June 20: 91 Project — Prospective Investors’ Site Visit — Corona
June 20: Caltrans’ District 8 — Presentation on RCTC Projects
June 27: Riverside County Small Business Expo
June 28: Corona Chamber of Commerce’s State of the State Event
July 3: Completion of Bond Sale — 91 Project
Follow RCTC on Twitter
In an effort to enhance public outreach, the Commission created a twitter account — an internet messaging site that allows anyone to post information on a real time basis. If you use Twitter, you can follow the Commission at twitter.com/RCTC.
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