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THEA Investment Grade Traffic and Revenue Study

Download the THEA Investment Grade Traffic and Revenue Study

Jacobs is pleased to present this investment grade traffic and toll revenue study for the Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA). THEA operates the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway (Selmon Expressway) which serves citizens of Hillsborough and the surrounding counties as they move through and within the Tampa region.

The analysis and the documentation herein follow a logical path from the existing conditions both from the view of the supply of transportation in the form of the roadway network and the demand on that transportation network in the form of traffic patterns, trends and characteristics to the future condition as population increases and transportation improvements are put into place to accommodate those demands.

The overall approach of the analysis is presented in Figure 1. The red boxes identify the data collection effort which includes traffic characteristics, socioeconomic data and transportation improvements in the region. The existing conditions data is the dataset against which the regional travel demand model is calibrated. The base year calibrated model is then used to forecast future traffic demand as a function of revised population and employment estimates. This future demand is used as input into the project specific traffic and revenue models for the existing Selmon Expressway and the proposed Selmon Expressway West Extension (Selmon West Extension). The final result is estimates of traffic and revenue by toll plaza for the forecasting period.

Click here to download the full report.

Figure 1

THEA Completes Bond Sale for Financing of the Selmon Extension

 THEA Completes Bond Sale for Financing of the Selmon West Extension

August 24, 2017 – Tampa, FL – The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) is pleased to announce that it has completed a $157 million bond sale to finance the Selmon West Extension.

THEA had six times the offers – over $1 billion in orders – for the offering.  Because of this overwhelming interest in investing in the Tamp Bay regions, THEA was able to reprice the bonds, thus saving over $800,000 in interest costs.

“The strong demand for the bonds is a reflection of the Authority’s solid financial condition, the positive reception of the project, and interest to invest in our community, said Vincent J. Cassidy, Chairman of THEA’s Board of Directors. “Investors see our region as a good place to put their money based on our strong demographic trends and prospect for continued economic growth as evidenced by other sizeable infrastructure projects in development and on the horizon,” Cassidy continued.

In addition to the strong economy and economic outlook, THEA also received rating news in the last two weeks.  Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings raised its long-term and underlying ratings on THEA’s outstanding revenue bonds from A to A+.  At the same time, S&P also assigned its A+ rating to THEA’s Series 2017 Bonds for the financing of the Selmon West Extension. In addition, Moody’s Investor Services assigned its rating of A2 on THEA’s Series 2017 Bonds and affirms the A2 on THEA’s outstanding parity senior bonds.

THEA’s management team, traffic and revenue consultant, general engineering consultant, financial advisor and Board Chairman presented to both rating agencies in July.  THEA’s team reported strong traffic and revenue growth in recent years, steady population growth that provides adequate demand for the expressway, and the strong demand for the Selmon Expressway as an essential commuter facility. The A+ and A2 ratings from S&P and Moody’s respectively are reflective of their confidence in THEA’s financial strength and capabilities of operating and maintaining the Selmon Expressway and were an important factor in investor interest.
Proceeds from the Bonds will provide the Authority funding for capital projects, including the Selmon West Extension Project, which will offer travelers a direct connection to the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway, alleviating the traffic congestion on Gandy Boulevard and creating greater capacity and access to neighborhoods and businesses.

“THEA is well positioned over the next five years due to well-maintained physical assets and current capital program” stated Amy Lettelleir, THEA’s Chief Financial Officer. THEA’s revenue bonds and the agreement provides THEA with operational autonomy and complete control over revenues.

“We’re very happy with the ratings we received” said Mr. Cassidy.

For more information, call 813.272.6740 or email info@tampa-xway.com.

 

Bond Rating Increase for the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority

Bond Rating Increase for the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority

Upgraded bond rating attributed to sound fiscal management, traffic growth, steady and sustainable revenue growth above forecast

Tampa, FL – August 16, 2017 – The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) is extremely pleased to announce favorable ratings from two highly respected rating agencies.

Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings has raised its long-term and underlying ratings on THEA’s outstanding revenue bonds from A to A+.  At the same time, S&P also assigned its A+ rating to THEA’s Series 2017 Bonds for the financing of the Selmon West Extension.  Among the independent expressway authorities in Florida, THEA has the highest rating from S&P.

In addition, Moody’s Investor Services assigned its rating of A2 on THEA’s Series 2017 Bonds and affirms the A2 on THEA’s outstanding parity senior bonds.

THEA’s management team, traffic and revenue consultant, general engineering consultant, financial advisor and Board Chairman presented to both ratings agencies in July.  THEA’s team reported stronger than forecasted traffic and revenue growth in recent years, steady population growth that provides adequate demand for the expressway, and the strong demand for the Selmon Expressway as an essential commuter facility. The A+ and A2 ratings from S&P and Moody’s respectively, are reflective of their confidence in THEA’s financial strength and capabilities of operating and maintaining the Selmon Expressway

The agency will go to the bond market at the end of this month to finance the Selmon West Extension project.  This is THEA’s first major construction project as an independent authority.

“Having S&P upgrade THEA’s rating to A+ and Moody’s affirmation of its A2 rating will result in lower borrowing costs for the Authority,” said Amy Lettelleir, THEA’s chief financial officer.

“THEA has worked hard to get and keep the Authority in a strong financial position.  This allows us to do more transportation projects for the Tampa Bay area, all without adding to the state’s debt,” said Joe Waggoner, executive director, THEA.

Board Chair Vincent J Cassidy said, “I couldn’t be more proud of our leadership team and all they have accomplished for the authority and our community. The raising of our bond rating is recognition of the successful execution of our strategy as well as how we manage our cash flow and our projects, including the upcoming $250 million expansion of our system.”

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ABOUT THEA:

As the owner and operator of the Selmon Expressway, the Tampa Hillsborough County Expressway Authority’s (THEA) mission is to provide safe, reliable, and financially sustainable transportation services to the Tampa Bay region while reinvesting customer-based revenues back into the community.

Our vision is to lead, partner, and implement safe, economically sound, and innovative multi-modal transportation solutions for our Tampa Bay Community.

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THEA Board of Directors Approves Selmon Extension Design-Build Contract

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Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority Board of Directors Approves Selmon West Extension  Design-Build Contract

August 14, 2017, Tampa, Fla, -The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) Board of Directors voted to approve awarding the Selmon West Extension Design-Build contract to the team comprised of Kiewit and AECOM. The Selmon Extension is a 1.6-mile toll lane in the median of Gandy Boulevard that will offer a choice for regional travelers: use Gandy Boulevard for local destinations or use the Selmon Extension for a direct connection to the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway, Dale Mabry Highway or the Gandy Bridge.

THEA’s goal while writing the RFP was to find the team best suited to build an aesthetically pleasing bridge while minimizing the impact on residents, business owners, and commuters, during the construction process.  Four teams were selected to compete in the final round of the RFP process and were asked to submit proposals that showcased innovative in both design and construction techniques.

After an extensive RFP process, the Kiewit and AECOM team received the highest scores and were awarded the design/build contract. THEA’s Technical Review committee did not select the winning team based on the lowest bid.  Other factors like design approach, construction approach, and the maintenance of traffic patterns along Gandy Boulevard were considered and weighed heavily during the scoring process.

“Local residents and Gandy businesses are important to our us and our community and in an effort to minimize construction impact and to ensure the project is completed according to THEA’s approved timeline, teams that responded to the RFP were tasked with including cutting-edge techniques and schedules to complete the project in strict compliance with THEA’s timeline,” Joe Waggoner, CEO of THEA said. “The winning team will be penalized for excessive lane closures, median opening closures, and detours over and above those approved by THEA,” Waggoner added.

“It was a competitive process with several outstanding teams submitting RFP responses. I know the THEA Technical Review committee took significant time and consideration in reviewing the responses and selecting the overall best team to complete this project in a timely and aesthetically-pleasing manner that will further connect the Tampa Bay region,” said Vince Cassidy, Chairman of THEA’s Board of Directors.

Construction of the Selmon West Extension is expected to begin in early 2018, with an anticipated operational date in late 2020.

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 ABOUT THEA:

As the owner and operator of the Selmon Expressway, the Tampa Hillsborough County Expressway Authority’s (THEA) mission is to provide safe, reliable, and financially sustainable transportation services to the Tampa Bay region while reinvesting customer-based revenues back into the community. Our vision is to lead, partner, and implement safe, economically sound, and innovative multi-modal transportation solutions for our Tampa Bay Community.

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Hurricane Readiness Tips

Are You Ready for a Hurricane?

Tampa Bay has been really fortunate, we haven’t had a hurricane hit in over 10 years. However, it’s important that you and your family are prepared in case disaster strikes. Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 7-13, 2017. The Atlantic Coast hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th. Hurricane Preparedness Week is your time to prepare for a potential tropical storm or hurricane. Do you know your evacuation zone? Develop an evacuation plan, assemble disaster supplies, secure an insurance check-up, and make sure your home is storm ready. Have a plan. Click here to download Hillsborough County’s Disaster Planning Guide.

Here are some helpful hurricane readiness tips:

  • Create a hurricane evacuation plan with members of your household. Planning and practicing your evacuation plan minimizes confusion and fear during the event.
  • Find out about your community’s hurricane response plan. Plan routes to local shelters, register family members with special medical needs and make plans for your pets to be cared for.
    Obey evacuation orders. Avoid flooded roads and washed-out bridges.
  • Listen for critical information from the National Weather Service (NWS).
  • Check your disaster supplies. Replace or restock as needed.
  • Bring in anything that can be picked up by the wind (bicycles, lawn furniture).
  • Close your windows, doors, and hurricane shutters. If you do not have hurricane shutters, close and board up all windows and doors with plywood.
  • Turn your refrigerator and freezer to the coldest setting. Keep them closed as much as possible so that food will last longer if the power goes out.
  • Turn off your propane tank.
  • Unplug small appliances.
  • Fill your car’s gas tank.

Please, remember, standard homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flooding. It’s important to have protection from the floods associated with hurricanes, tropical storms, heavy rains and other conditions that impact the U.S. For more information on flood insurance, please visit the National Flood Insurance Program Web site at www.FloodSmart.gov.

Hurricane Evacuation Study

Hurricane Evacuation Study

Modeling & Assessment of the Selmon Expressway for Regional Evacuations

Objectives of the Hurricane Evacuation Study

  • Measure the effectiveness of Selmon Extension’s Contraflow Plan
  • Study the evacuation impact of the Selmon Extension
  • Selmon Expressway’s Contraflow Plan on Tampa Bay’s transportation system
  • Evaluate the resiliency benefits of the Selmon Extension and surrounding local road network during an evacuation
  • Identify potential system failures that could threaten the contraflow plan and identify an alternative
  • Identify potential system failures that could threaten the contraflow plan and identify an alternative

Overall results of the Hurricane Evacuation Study

The construction of the Selmon West Extension shifts pass-through traffic from the surface roadway (Gandy Boulevard) to elevated lanes resulting in:

  • Reduced congestion for local traffic
  • Reduced delay for local traffic
  • Selmon West Extension also helps to spread Tampa Bay traffic across all three east-west bridges, benefitting all three
  • Congestion and delay benefits within the South Tampa/Gandy Boulevard Network become greater as need increases providing more benefit to local evacuees when it is needed most

Download the Hurricane Evacuation study by clicking here.

Homeowner Association Presentations

Selmon Extension Project  – Homeowner Association Presentation

THEA is committed to keeping you informed about the Selmon Extension Project. Last month we gave presentations about the Selmon Extension to the Bayside West, Culbreath Key, and Recency Cove homeowners associations, followed by question and answer sessions.  If you live near Gandy Boulevard and would like us to speak to your homeowner association. Please contact us at info@selmonextension.com.

To download a PDF copy of Selmon Extension Project PowerPoint presentation, please, click here.

Video: Virtual Town Hall #2

Virtual Town Hall #2 – General Overview of the Selmon Extension

On September 28th, at 6:00 pm, the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority hosted a Virtual Town Hall Meeting on the in-depth overview of the Selmon Extension. This was the second in a series of Virtual Town Hall Meetings.

Questions and Answers

Question

Why does the marketing material specifically the images of the overhead show as barely extending over the median when in reality it is going to extend 1.5′ over the sidewalk on either side of gandy?

Answer

The overhead will slightly extend 1.5 into the outside lane. It will not extend over the sidewalk.


Question

Hello. Will the support piers be lighted as they (mostly) are for the current elevated lanes?

Answer

Yes, aesthetic lighting will be provided for the piers and overhead structure.


Question

Are you extending it to Gandy?

Answer

The Extension will provide a direct connection between the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway and the Gandy Bridge.


Question

The intersection at Gandy Blvd., and Dale Mabry on the southwest side has only one lane for vehicles exiting, and entering the expressway, causing traffic to criss-cross. Will there be a safer access/exit at this intersection with the extension?

Answer

We will be extending eastbound to southbound movement all the way to Dale Mabry to minimize the weaving problem.


Question

According to the plans it is going to be 60′ wide, with 90% of gandy being only 57′ wide how is it not going to extend over the sidewalk on 1.5′ on either side?

Answer

Your question will be answered during the presentation. Thanks for your patience.


Question

Your own plans show the median as a 34′ wide as typical but there is only a small section where it is wider than 16′.

Answer

The median width includes the turn lanes. Upon completion of the project, there will be a 34′ median, and an 11′ and 10′ ft lane in each direction for the majority of the project. Therefore, the 57′ wide bridge above will extend above slightly into each outside lane.


Question

All traffic statics are theoretical are they not? You have not done a published plate study to know how much traffic is local or through traffic.

Answer

Please refer to our website for previous traffic studies. We are currently preforming an updated origin destination traffic study (same as a plate study) and will post the results on our website.


Question

is THEA considering anything here but the cost? it seems they do not care about hurting local people’s property values and local businesses but building the overhead is causing “inverse condemnation” which opens THEA up to a class action lawsuit by home homers and local businesses www.savegandynow.com

Answer

This project benefits a wide area of the Tampa Bay community. That said, many local businesses and residents in the Gandy corridor support this project, including the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce. The proposed improvement is consistent with local, regional, and state transportation plans. It will address current and future needs of the region for travel, business, and emergency evacuations.


Question

I’ve gone out there and measured Gandy, when turn lanes exist the width of the median and turn lanes is 16′ so a 60′ wide overhead will extend over the sidewalk on either side for 95% of Gandy

Answer

The median width includes the turn lanes. Upon completion of the project, there will be a 34′ median, and an 11′ and 10′ ft lane in each direction for the majority of the project. Therefore, the 57′ wide bridge above will extend above slightly into each outside lane.


Question

After building the toll road, how do the powers that be think people can afford the toll road, it has become so high now average people cant afford the expressway, so how many people will still use Gandy blvd after the Expressway is constructed.

Answer

Extensive studies by our traffic and revenue consultants show that a large amount of regional traffic will utilize the elevated structure with the anticipated toll rates. This reduction of traffic from Gandy Boulevard will improve traffic flow for local drivers trying to access the businesses and neighborhoods along the Gandy corridor.


Question

None of your traffic studies conclusively show that the extension will do anything as the majority of the traffic congestion comes from the intersections of Westshore and Manhattan. without a plate study you have no idea if the extension will help or not correct?

Answer

Traffic congestion is significant at each of the traffic signals on Gandy. Traffic Studies have indicated that a significant amount of traffic will divert to the express lanes thus reducing congestion at the intersections.


Question

I have extensively read your traffic studies, since all the information in your broadcast is theoretical shouldn’t you be telling people that? all these 40% & 44% is a theory and is not supported by any facts.

Answer

The traffic projections are based upon the regional traffic model approved by FDOT and the Hillsborough MPO.


Question

Is this the same presentation that we had before or is there new updates/info?

Answer

Yes, this is essentially the same presentation as the first, with some updated graphics. We plan to have new presentations in the coming months.


Question

I came in few minutes late; has there already been mention cost to the users -in taxes or toll fee increases? Overall the plan sounds good.

Answer

The current project requires no right of way, no taking of businesses, and no taking of homes. The cost of the project, as well as the operation and maintenance of the facility, will be paid from toll revenue and toll bonds. The project will require 0 tax dollars.


Question

Would be great if you guys would say that in the “invitation”. I made a point of being available because I thought you would have updates.

Answer

Sorry about any confusion. We will make sure to be more clear on this going forward.


Question

Traffic studies have indicated? meaning its open to interpretation. haven’t other people that have looked at the study also come up with alternative ways to fix congestion that doesn’t involve destroying the gandy corridor so the board of directors at THEA can bring home a bigger pay check?

Answer

The Expressway Authority conducted a full PD&E study from 2008 to 2010. We had over 100 meetings with stakeholders and we also had a project advisory group made up of local citizens and agencies.


Question

Since the early 90s, there have been discussions and concerns with the traffic on Gandy Boulevard. Many projects have been proposed, but those projects took many resident’s homes and area businesses.

Answer

The Selmon Extension takes no homes, no businesses, is built in an existing median and is being paid for by toll revenues. Not tax dollars. This project is needed for efficient movement of goods and people, and for evacuation purposes.


Question

It does not appear that bicycle lanes are being provided along Gandy. Is that something that won’t be able to be accommodated within the existing right-of-way in the future?

Answer

Additional right-of-way from the businesses located along Gandy Boulevard would be needed to accommodate bicycle lanes.


Question

I have seen the structure, it is being designed for 2 lanes each direction despite you saying its for a single lane. and you are listing the median at 34′ when in reality the median including turn lanes for 95% of gandy is only 16′ wide.

Answer

The single lane ramp with 6 foot shoulders on each side meets FDOT standards to accommodate emergency vehicles and allow traffic to pass by in the event of an emergency.


Question

What will be the speed limit?

Answer

The design speed for the Extension is 50 mph.


Question

Why are there calculations for traffic based on current traffic only? Considering the likely large increase in population (especially Hillsborough).

Answer

Thank you for your question. Our traffic studies include not only current traffic patterns, but projected traffic growth over the next 20 years.


Question

With all the heavy port traffic, incl. lots of semis; plus increased existing & projected residential increases of on & near West Shore Blvd., both S.&N. of Gandy; I cannot understand why there are no ramps on and off at West Shore. Not only that, but this access is crucial to the businesses located between the existing Selmon terminus and the bridge. Why wouldn’t you either install ramps at West Shore, or at least set it up so that they can be added later? This reminds me of the Skyway being insufficient for future use; or the Trop being built to short for existing use.

Answer

Traffic from Westshore Boulevard can head Westbound and utilize the Gandy Bridge (as they currently can now.) However, to provide access to the facility Eastbound would require extensive right of way from businesses around the Westshore intersection, negatively impacting those businesses and local residents.


Question

Why in heaven’s name would you make this extension one lane in each direction, when the existing Selmon and the bridge are two lanes in each direction? Who is planning this? Looks like the same people as the Skyway!

Answer

The traffic projections for those regional travelers bypassing Gandy Blvd via the Extension, only warrant one lane in each direction. Also, there are no plans to widen the Gandy Bridge beyond two lanes in each direction.


Question

Are any of the designers actually drivers of the corridor? Do they realize how difference of speed among drivers (from 55mph to 80mph) of current Selmon drivers will make for extreme frustration and dangerous conditions between slow and fast speed drivers (and increase instances of road rage).

Answer

Yes our designers have driven the corridor and are professionally familiar with the traffic patterns in the area. We acknowledge road rage as a significant issue and thank you for your comments and concerns. Please visit our website for updates. www.selmonextension.com


Question

There is no way these are accurate. What are the basis of these growth numbers. How where the numbers estimated?

Answer

We completed extensive traffic studies, which are based on the regional traffic model approved by FDOT and the Hillsborough County MPO. These studies are posted on our website. We are currently performing an updated origin destination traffic study (same as a plate study) and will post the results on our website once complete.


Question

Also noise doesn’t dissipate when higher out it goes out farther because right now noise is being dissipated by the businesses. Now the noise will go out farther and reach more homes lowering property values.

Answer

The higher structure results in noise waves dissipating at higher elevations, minimizing noise impacts to adjacent property owners.


Question

Are these the same techniques used for the i275 construction that FAILED to properly adjust traffic! Which now has LONGER traffic times after completion!

Answer

I-275 is an FDOT project.


Question

Move the ramps to a West Shore Blvd. interchange, get the trucks off the light at West Shore. Plan for the future increases. South of Gandy (and the DeBartolo property north), are planning huge increases. Are you not conferring with the port? What about the developers. Who is doing this?

Answer

Future development along the Gandy corridor is considered in the regional traffic model. This project will divert a large amount of regional traffic to the elevated structure, freeing up local roads to the increased area residents from the developments you mentioned.


Question

what is the point of 15′ lanes and 6′ wide shoulders on either side? according to FDOT standards the typical lane is 8-11′ wide and one 2-6′ shoulder is required, having double can only mean you want a second lane each direction later after its built. and in the mean time lying to people that it is only going to extend out to the inner turn lanes and not sidewalk to sidewalk

Answer

The lanes on the elevated structure are designed to meet the single lane ramp requirements for a limited access facility per FDOT standards. These standards require a 15′ travel lane and two 6′ shoulders on either side. This configuration will provide adequate space to move disabled vehicles or vehicles involved in an accident to the shoulder and allow room for emergency responders and vehicles to safely operate while still providing room for traffic to move in a single lane.


Question

So I can visualize the difference, how high is the express route that we presently use from the east of downtown going to Brandon ?

Answer

The Extension will be 30′ high from the ground to the top of each pierr. The Reversible Elevated Lanes (REL) between downtown and Brandon have sections that are the same height, but also sections that are lower.


Question

Have there been advances in paint technology since the original reversible lanes were constructed? The original bridge looks quite dirty, so it would be nice if a different paint could be used where that’s less of an issue (if at all possible).

Answer

Yes, there have been in advances in paint technology since the original REL. We will incorporate those newer technologies into our design when possible.


Question

Is there any portion of this study that shows an alternate of having two lanes on the elevated expressway.

Answer

The structure is designed to meet FDOT standards for a single-lane ramp on a limited access facility.


Question

Is the standards approved by FDOT and Hillsborough MPO created in the same method that lists a 16′ median as 34′? and a 60′ wide structure that extends and hangs over each side of the sidewalk on either side when the image shows it barely extend out 16′?

Answer

The median width includes the turn lanes. Upon completion of the project, there will be a 34′ median, and an 11′ and 10′ ft lane in each direction for the majority of the project. Therefore, the 57′ wide bridge above will extend above slightly into each outside lane.

2016 Economic & Business Impact Study

Assessing the Economic & Business Impacts of the Selmon Extension

The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) is conducting an evaluation of a proposed Gandy Boulevard improvement project directed at serving regional traffic coming to and from the Gandy Bridge. The proposed build alternative considers an elevated structure connecting the Gandy Bridge with the western termini of the Selmon Expressway. While this solution primarily targets regional traffic and the reduction of local congestion, concerns about potential impacts on local businesses have been raised during the project advisory group presentations.

THEA contracted the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) to conduct a study of the business impacts of the proposed improvement. The goal is to assess and quantify the changes in sales revenues and employment that are likely to occur as regional and local traffic patterns change once the proposed alternative becomes operational. In addition, THEA retained CUTR to identify and quantify the temporary impacts to businesses during the construction phase of the proposed alternative.

Download the USF Economic & Business Impact Study

Virtual Town Hall Meeting #2 on September 28th

Virtual Town Hall Meeting #2 on September 28th

On September 28th, at 6:00 pm, the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority will host a Virtual Town Hall Meeting. This will be the second in a series of Virtual Town Hall Meetings, and it will provide an overview of the Selmon Extension project. We will cover much of the material we covered in the first Virtual Town Hall Meeting, but will also include some additional information based on the questions and feedback we received after the first meeting.

The participation link is http://bit.ly/SelmonVTHM2 and the call-in telephone phone number for participants who do not have access to a computer is 1-888-670-3525 Pin# 7999624648. We encourage participants to join us online via computer, tablet or smartphone as visual aids will be presented during the Virtual Town Hall Meeting. The call in telephone number will provide audio only, and is reserved for participants who do not have access to a computer.   You do not need to use the call-in number if you join us onlineas the online Virtual Town Hall meeting provides both audio and visual capabilities.

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