A postcard is going out this week to hundreds of eastside voters announcing the meeting, the invitation copy is below:
Concerned About Road Noise?
Quiet Pavement Meeting • October 29, 2005 • 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Bellevue City Hall (301 116th Ave at Main Street)
Does road noise from nearby highways and bridges decrease your quality of life and
the value of your home? Did you know that rubberized asphalt is a cost-effective,
environmentally friendly way to reduce road noise?
- Rubberized asphalt has been used for years to reduce road noise in other states.
- It reduces noise by 30-40%, especially at the most audible and annoying frequencies.
- Many area roads are already in need of pavement overlays, and rubberized asphalt can easily be laid over traditional pavement.
Voice your concerns about road noise and find out more about rubberized asphalt
from experts who have deployed it. Come to Bellevue City Hall for a citizen’s meeting
on Saturday, October 29, 2005 from 10:00 am until noon. Elected officials and
representatives from WSDOT will be there to listen and answer questions.
Get the latest info about this meeting at: www.ecrd.net.
Questions? email steve@ECRD.net. OR call 425.450.2336