Thank you to everyone who came to our Stakeholder’s meeting last week on Wednesday, Dec. 9th. We have a amazing group of people on our team! We felt it was a great success to have all these Moscow leaders in one room to discuss our Safe Routes to School program.
23 people attended. The meeting was held in the Council Chambers at City Hall. SR2S provided lunch as a thank you to our Stakeholders. The meeting was 1.5 hours (including lunch).
Below is a picture of everyone who cameLeft to right standing row: Jacob Ellsworth (PPSEL School), Annie Richards (McDonald Parent), Tom Carroll (Latah Trail Foundation), Tony Bonuccelli (Moscow Charter School), Greg Bailey (Moscow School District Superintendent), Mayor Bill Lambert (Moscow City), Matt Pollard (Moscow Alternative High School), Collette DePhelps (PPSEL parent), Mike Lowry (UI Civil Engineering Faculty), David Duke (Moscow Police Department, Chief of Police), Kevin Chang (UI Civil Engineering Faculty), Les McDonald (Moscow City Engineer), Cody Muir (UI Graphic Design student), Isaak Julye (Local bike rack fabricator).
Left to right front row: Brooke Lowry (SR2S Coordinator), Helen Brown (SR2S Director, UI Movement Sciences), Kim Mikolajczyk (McDonald Elementary School Principal), Alisa Anderson (Moscow City Grant’s Manager), Margaret Dibble (Latah Trails Foundation Board President), Grace Goc Karp (UI Movement Sciences), Nora Locken (Vice President, Idaho Walk Bike Alliance).
Also in attendance for the meeting, but left before the picture taken, Gina Taruscio (Moscow Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director)
Here is what we discussed during the meeting SR2S Stakeholder’s Meeting Agenda 2015
Thank you to Les McDonald and Superintendent Greg Bailey who presented on the improvements on D St. and the Middle School scheduled to start this Spring.
Here is a picture of Helen Brown, Cody Muir and Brooke presenting a proposal for way-finding signs for kids.
Our Stakeholders helped us identify areas to focus on in the near future. We look forward to keeping our Stakeholders and Moscow community posted on our progress throughout 2016.
Thank you again to all who attended this meeting! We really appreciate your support and collaboration.