St. Joseph County Rural Task Force Meeting

In accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Emergency Order limiting indoor meeting sizes and legislation enacted by the State of Michigan legislature and signed by Governor Whitmer permitting virtual public meetings, the St. Joseph County Local Rural Task Force will be holding a meeting via a Microsoft Teams on Monday, November 8, 2021 at 1:00 p.m..  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in St. Joseph County for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code:  711 383 058#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Three Rivers Small Urban Meeting

In accordance with the Kalamazoo County State of Emergency allowing virtual participation by parties subject to the Michigan Open Meetings Act, the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study is hosting a meeting of the Three Rivers Small Urban Task Force via a Microsoft Teams on Monday, November 8, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Three Rivers Urbanized Area for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code:  750 013 335#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and small urban federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the KATS website, http://www.katsmpo.org

Marshall Small Urban Meeting

In accordance with the Kalamazoo County State of Emergency declaration permitting virtual participation by persons subject to the State of Michigan Open Meetings Act, the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study will be hosting a meeting of the Marshall Small Urban Task Force via a Microsoft Teams on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Marshall Urbanized Area for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code:  979 001 181#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Calhoun County Rural Task Force Meeting

In accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Emergency Order limiting indoor meeting sizes and legislation enacted by the State of Michigan legislature and signed by Governor Whitmer permitting virtual public meetings, the Calhoun County Rural Task Force will be holding a meeting via a Microsoft Teams on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Calhoun County for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code:  982 513 947#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Coldwater-Quincy Small Urban Meeting

In accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Emergency Order limiting indoor meeting sizes and legislation enacted by the State of Michigan legislature and signed by Governor Whitmer permitting virtual public meetings, the Coldwater-Quincy Small Urban Task Force will be holding a meeting via a Microsoft Teams on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Coldwater-Quincy Urbanized Area for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code:  679 864 137#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Hastings Small Urban Meeting

In accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Emergency Order limiting indoor meeting sizes and legislation enacted by the State of Michigan legislature and signed by Governor Whitmer permitting virtual public meetings, the Hastings Small Urban Task Force will be holding a meeting via a Microsoft Teams on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Hastings Urbanized Area for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
885 968 949#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Albion Small Urban Meeting

In accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Emergency Order limiting indoor meeting sizes and legislation enacted by the State of Michigan legislature and signed by Governor Whitmer permitting virtual public meetings, the Albion Small Urban Task Force will be holding a meeting via a Microsoft Teams on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Albion Urbanized Area for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code:  880 425 083#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Barry County Rural Task Force Meeting

In accordance with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Emergency Order limiting indoor meeting sizes and legislation enacted by the State of Michigan legislature and signed by Governor Whitmer permitting virtual public meetings, the Barry County Local Rural Task Force will be holding a meeting via a Microsoft Teams on Monday, November 1, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in Barry County for fiscal years 2022 – 2026.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
608 252 116#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Hastings Small Urban Meeting

In accordance with the Kalamazoo County State of Emergency Declaration permitting continued remote participation by parties subject to the Michigan Open Meetings Act, the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study under contract with the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council will be hosting a meeting of the  Hastings Small Urban Task Force via a Microsoft Teams on Thursday May 13, 2021 at 1:00 p.m..  The purpose of the meeting is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in the Hastings Urbanized Area for fiscal years 2021 – 2024.

Persons wishing to participate in the meeting may do so using the following link or dial-in phone information:

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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
 582 429 737#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org

Small Urban Task Force Meetings

In accordance with the Kalamazoo County State of Emergency Declaration permitting continued remote participation by parties subject to the Michigan Open Meetings Act, Small Urban Task Forces in Region 3 and the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study (KATS) will be holding meetings hosted by KATS via a Microsoft Teams as shown below.  The purpose of the meetings is to allow local officials and interested citizens to provide input into the allocation of state and federal funds for use on eligible rural routes and transit systems in the respective urbanized areas for fiscal years 2021 – 2024.

Persons wishing to participate in any of the meetings may do so at the dates and times listed using the appropriate link or dial-in phone information as follows:

Albion Small Urban Task Force Meeting:  10:00 a.m.  April 19, 2021
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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
350 966 3#

Coldwater-Quincy Small Urban Task Force Meeting:  10:00 a.m. April 20, 2021
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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
 222 147 151#

Marshall Small Urban Task Force Meeting:  10:00 a.m. April 13, 2021
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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
 625 370 177#

Paw Paw – Lawton Small Urban Task Force Meeting:  10:00 a.m. April 21, 2021
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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
 193 890 303#

Sturgis Small Urban Task Force Meeting:  10:00 a.m. April 15, 2021
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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
 422 912 231#

Three Rivers Small Urban Task Force Meeting:  10:00 a.m. April 14, 2021
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Call in Number:  1 (947) 207-1273
Participation Code: 
 671 828 638#

Persons having difficulty connecting to the meeting may contact Fred Nagler:  fnagler@katsmpo.org

Questions regarding this meeting and rural federal aid projects can be directed to the appropriate agency or the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, Region 3 transportation administrators representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, (269) 343-0766 or fnagler@katsmpo.org.

Meeting agenda and materials will be posted to the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council website’s Transportation page:  http://www.smpcregion3.org