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Oak Grove-Lake Oswego Ped/Bicycle Feasibility Study

Publication Date
11/30/2018 08:53 AM EST
Closing Date
12/11/2018 05:00 PM EST
Issuing Organization
County of Clackamas
Solicitation Number

Specifications include, but are not limited to: Task 1 Deliverables: 1a Project Management Team Meetings and Quarterly Progress Reports – Project Management Team meetings will be scheduled near the end of each quarter to discuss progress, review products, review progress and approve products for payment. Consultant will work with the County Project Manager to schedule the PMT meetings, prepare and distribute materials and prepare the meeting minutes. Task 2: Intergovernmental Coordination The feasibility study will involve extensive coordination between local, regional, state and federal government partners. Intergovernmental coordination for this project will have two primary purposes: 1) Helping the diverse stakeholders leading this study to reach agreement on the critical issues that will be involved, and 2) Successful development of the Organizational Plan for Bridge Development, Construction, Operations and Maintenance that is described below. Intergovernmental coordination will take place through a Policy Committee (PC) and project Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The PC will be composed of elected officials from key partners to meet and make decisions on the project direction. The TAC will provide input on the study approach, and also develop an organizational plan for the development, construction, operations and maintenance of the proposed bridge by an intergovernmental group formed specifically for that purpose. Task 2 Deliverables: January – December 2019 2a Policy Committee (PC) – Clackamas County will form a Policy Committee to be composed of one elected official each from Clackamas County, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie and Metro. The PC will meet three times at key points in the study process to determine the direction of the study and project. The meetings of the PC will be treated as public meetings subject to the Open Meetings Act. The consultant will be responsible for preparation and posting of announcements and agendas for meetings, meeting materials, meeting logistics and minutes. January – December 2019 2b Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) – Clackamas County will establish a TAC including representatives from Clackamas County, North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District, City of Milwaukie, City of Lake Oswego, Metro, Oregon Department of Natural Resources, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, and U.S. Coast Guard. TAC will meet no less than every three months to review project status and products, and provide input on the project. The meetings of the TAC will be treated as public meetings subject to the Open Meetings Act.

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