November 18th, 2008 | by NIGEL JAQUISS News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, Politics, Business

Columbia River Crossing Comes Back to Life

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Now that the federal government has decided infrastructure spending may provide a path out of the recession, the proposed $4.2 billion Columbia Crossing Bridge may be more than just a dream for the Departments of Transportation in Oregon and Washington.

Since rolling out the initial Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in May, project organizers — namely the two states' transportation departments — have gone back to the drawing boards.

They will be holding post-Thanksgiving open houses on Dec. 2 and 3 in Portland and Vancouver to share their progress and get more input.
 
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